International Atomic Energy Agency said that the situation at Fukushima nuclear reactors is improving to some extent in the last 24 hours.
"Graham Andrew", a senior offical of IAEA said that we are trying to maintain and cool down the temperature at the necular plant.
He said that radiation levels in major Japanese cities had not changed and remained below the dangerous levels but the overall situation still remains very dangerous.
IAEA can confirm that in some areas near the atomic plant "radioactive iodine" has been found in fresh vegetables.
Radioactivity and the atomic traces ncan leave permanent affect on the environment as we all know keeping in view the second world war.