In response to the previous statement that Chinas haze affects Korea, Liu Bingjiang, director of the Department of Atmospheric Environmental Management of the Ministry of Ecology and Environment, responded that blaming others for transmission will delay the best opportunity to control the haze. Liu Bingjiang introduced that under specific meteorological conditions, there exists mutual transmission between the two countries. At present, Chinas air quality has improved by more than 40%, and this achievement has been witnessed both at home and abroad, but air quality in Korea has remained unchanged and slightly deteriorated, I saw an article written by a professor at Korean University. Nitrogen oxide emissions in South Korea may be greatly underestimated. If we blindly blame other transmission for affecting ourselves, we will delay the best opportunity to deal with the haze.
Source: Qian Mingxiao_NBJ10675, Responsible Editor of Beijing Youth Daily