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China continues to ban the import of food from 10 Japanese counties

China continues to ban the import of food from 10 Japanese counties



 

China continues to ban the import of food from 10 Japanese counties.

According to news on July 7, China strongly opposes Japan’s Fukushima nuclear treatment water discharge plan, announced that it will strengthen the review of food imported from Japan, and continue to ban the import of food from Fukushima and other 10 counties.

 

China continues to ban the import of food from 10 Japanese counties. China strongly opposes Japan's Fukushima nuclear treatment water discharge plan, announced that it will strengthen the review of food imported from Japan, and continue to ban the import of food from Fukushima and other 10 counties.

 

 

The International Atomic Energy Agency recently issued a comprehensive assessment report on Japan’s Fukushima nuclear-contaminated water discharge plan.

The person in charge said that the report failed to fully reflect the opinions of all experts involved in the assessment work, and the relevant conclusions could not be reached.

It has been unanimously approved by experts from all sides. “The Japanese side still has many problems in terms of the legitimacy of the sea discharge, the reliability of the purification device, and the perfection of the monitoring plan.”

 

Since the Fukushima nuclear leakage accident in Japan in 2011, Chinese Customs has always attached great importance to the radioactive contamination of Japanese food exported to China caused by the accident. Assess and respond to pollution risks in a timely manner.

 

After the nuclear leakage accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in Japan in 2011, China began to ban the production of nuclear including food, edible agricultural products and feed weapons from:

  • Fukushima,
  • Gunma,
  • Tochigi,
  • Ibaraki,
  • Miyagi,
  • Niigata,
  • Nagano,
  • Saitama,
  • Tokyo ,
  • Chiba 

 

 

The person in charge said that in order to prevent the export of radioactively contaminated Japanese food to China and protect the safety of food imported by Chinese consumers, Chinese customs prohibit the import of food from ten counties (capitals) including Fukushima, Japan, and food from other parts of Japan, especially water.

Products (including edible aquatic animals) strictly review the accompanying certification documents, strengthen supervision, strictly implement 100% inspection, continue to strengthen the detection and monitoring of radioactive substances, ensure the safety of Japanese food exported to China, and strictly prevent the import of risky products.

 

At present, the discharge of Japan’s nuclear contaminated water into the sea has become the focus of global attention. The person in charge said that China Customs will maintain a high degree of vigilance, take absolute responsibility to domestic consumers as the principle, and take all necessary measures in a timely manner depending on the development of the situation to ensure the safety of Chinese consumers on the table.

 

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Fukushima nuclear sewage will arrive in U.S. in 3 years? 

 

 

(source:internet, reference only)


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