After Japan started the nuclear contaminated water discharge into the sea, China’s General Administration of Customs announced on the 24th that it would immediately suspend the import of aquatic products of Japanese origin, including food aquatic animals.
At 13:00 local time on the 24th, despite strong opposition from the international community, Japan officially began the Fukushima first nuclear power plant nuclear contaminated water discharged into the Pacific Ocean.
China’s General Administration of Customs Import and Export Food Safety Bureau responsible person answered a reporter’s question on the same day, said China Customs is highly concerned about Japan’s move to Japan’s food and agricultural products exported to China to bring the risk of radioactive contamination.
In order to prevent radioactive contamination of Japanese food to China, to protect the lives and health of the people, the General Administration of Customs continued to carry out the assessment of the risk of radioactive contamination of Japanese food, on the basis of strictly ensuring the safety of food imports from Japan to take enhanced regulatory measures.
The person in charge said that the General Administration of Customs will continue to pay attention to the situation of Japan’s nuclear contaminated water discharged into the sea, as appropriate, dynamic adjustment of the relevant regulatory measures to prevent nuclear contaminated water discharged into the sea on the health of Chinese nationals, food safety risks.