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The possibility of Russia joining China in prohibiting the importation of Japanese seafood is being considered.


Russia may join China in banning Japanese seafood imports the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said 

After the release of treated radioactive water from the damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant into the ocean by Japan, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) stated that…Moscow is seeking  Russia

A regulatory official announced on Tuesday.

its neighboring countries.

Last month, Japan faced strong criticism from its neighboring countries for releasing water from the plant into the ocean. China. In retaliation, China  activities

Implemented a complete prohibition on any water-based activities.  imports from Japan.

Russia with

On Tuesday, the Russian food safety organization Rosselkhoznadzor announced that it had held a discussion with…. Japanese 

Exports of food products alongside Chinese trading partners. Russia  the world

is a major supplier of marine products to the global market. China 

The company is looking to expand its portion of the market.

restricting the import of food products from Japan”

“Due to the potential hazards of radiation contamination, Rosselkhoznadzor is exploring the option of limiting the import of food products from Japan.” joining 

“The Rosselkhoznadzor stated that there are restrictions in place by China on the import of fish products from Japan. A final decision will be reached after negotiations with the Chinese.” Japanese side.”

Up to this point in the current year, Russia 

I have imported 118 metric tons of. Japanese seafood, the regulator said.

The Rosselkhoznadzor announced that it had issued a letter to Japan regarding the necessity of conducting discussions and asked for details about Japan’s radiological evaluation of fish products being exported by October 16, which includes tritium.

the U.S. regarding its decision to exempt some countries from its steel and aluminum tariffs

Japan will review the U.S.’s announcement on Tuesday about exempting certain countries from their tariffs on steel and aluminum.  Russia, the top Japanese 

On Wednesday, the government’s representative, Hirokazu Matsuno, stated.

Japan has stated that the water is considered safe once it has undergone treatment to eliminate all radioactive elements, except for tritium, which is a challenging radionuclide to separate from water. The water is then diluted to meet internationally recognized levels before being discharged.

China about its handling of the coronavirus is unreasonable

Japan has stated that the criticism from China regarding their management of the coronavirus is unjustified. Russia and China 
There was no scientific evidence to support it.

“We strongly ask Russia  he

Matsuno stated during a press conference on Wednesday that it is important to make decisions based on scientific evidence. Russia 2013 visited the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant

In July 2013, I was part of the Fukushima expert team from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) that visited the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.greenlighted

The plan for releasing water.

The Ministry of Environment in Japan released a report on water testing on Monday. According to the report, seawater samples taken on September 19th showed that tritium levels were too low to be detected at all 11 sampling points. This poses no risk to human health or the environment.

Russia  the past

No anomalies have been found in previous marine samples used for testing. Russia

On Tuesday, Interfax reported that the far eastern branch of Rosselkhoznadzor stated there are n areas that are in close proximity to the location where the treated water was discharged.

Russia 

Last year, the country exported approximately 2.3 million metric tons of marine products, totaling around $6.1 billion in value. This accounted for roughly half of its total catch. China the

The largest importers are South Korea and Japan, as reported by the data. Russia‘s fisheries agency. – Reuters