According to a statement provided by the Vladivostok Customs Service, “In the first quarter of 2014, customs officers have sifted out 17 objects [cars or parts] with increased nuclear radiation levels and beta-active radio nucleotides, shipped by sea from Japanese ports. The import of all 17 contaminated objects was prohibited and they were shipped back.”
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