“Complete ban on imports of Japanese seafood”

China has decided to stop all imports of Japanese seafood from today, when the discharge of contaminated water from Fukushima begins.

China’s General Administration of Customs issued a “Notice on the Complete Suspension of Imports of Japanese Aquatic Products” with the same content this afternoon immediately after the discharge of contaminated water.

The General Administration of Customs has decided to completely stop the import of aquatic products originating from Japan in order to completely prevent the threat of radioactive contamination caused by the discharge of contaminated water into the ocean, protect the health of Chinese consumers, and ensure the safety of imported food. said.

China has sent a strong warning message to Japan먹튀검증, saying that it will take necessary measures in case of discharge of contaminated water.

Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Wang Wenbin said in a regular briefing yesterday that “Once spilled water cannot be put back in,” he said, “I hope that August 24, 2023, when Japan decided to start discharging contaminated water, will not become a day of disaster for the marine environment.” “He also mentioned

The Korean government has also made a statement regarding import restrictions on Japanese marine products.

Prime Minister Han Deok-soo announced a statement to the public this afternoon and said, “We will firmly maintain measures to restrict imports of Japanese marine products.”

Prime Minister Han said, “Our government bans the import of all aquatic products from 8 prefectures, including Fukushima, and agricultural products from 27 items from 15 prefectures. there is,” he added.

Unlike China, which took out the superpower of banning all imports of Japanese seafood, it seems to mean that it will maintain the current regulatory stance, which is centered on Fukushima and nearby areas.

However, as Japan has started to discharge contaminated water, it is a policy to request expansion of seafood imports from neighboring countries, so controversy over this issue may arise.

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