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According to South Korea’s “Central Ilbo” report on the 8th. The Japanese media recently revealed that the cesium in marine fish caught at the Fukushima nuclear power plant harbour exceeded the standard by 180 times. Aquatic products: “Japanese aquatic products that will never let the public worry about them will be circulated in the country.”

According to the report. The South Korean Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries has banned the import of all aquatic products from Fukushima. And the other 8 counties since September 2013 and has been strictly controlling the import of aquatic products. From these areas since then. As for aquatic products from other parts of Japan. South Korea also conducts strict radioactivity inspections on each imported product. And conducts heavy registration management in all aspects of import, distribution, and sales. The South Korean Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries stated that they will conduct thorough import restrictions. And safety inspections on Japanese aquatic products that the public is worried about. And will never allow problematic products to circulate in the country. “

According to a report recently released by the Tokyo Electric Power Company, the radioactive elements in marine fish caught in the harbour of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in May this year exceeded the standard. South Korea’s Democratic Party said that the news was “shocking”, and the South Korean government blindly allowed Japan to discharge nuclear sewage, “covering up for Japan without shame.”

By Admin