Jaapani rahvusvahelised sadamad on avatud ja ohutud

Rahvusvaheline Mereorganisatsioon (IMO) jagab olulist informatsiooni seoses olukorraga Jaapanis. Nimelt ringkiri nr 3175/Rev.1 (01.04.2011) annab teada, et kõik Jaapani rahvusvahelised sadamad, mis ei saanud kannatada maavärina ja tsunami tõttu, on avatud ning ohutud.

Kinnituse sellele andsid oma 1. aprilli pressiteates World Health Organization, International Atomic Energy Agency, World Meteorological Organization, International
Maritime Organization
, International Civil Aviation Organization.

Ringkirja saab alla tõmmata siit: circular letter 3175/Rev.1 (pdf).

Kes ei viitsi dokumenti alla tõmmata, saab sisu lugeda edasi altpoolt.

Subject: Navigation in the sea area surrounding Japan in the wake of the earthquake and tsunami of 11 March 2011.

1 Current radiation levels in Japan

1.1 In the wake of the earthquake and tsunami off the eastern coast of Japan on 11 March 2011 and the damage to the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in Japan, an updated joint press briefing was issued (1 April 2011) by the World Health Organization, the International Atomic Energy Agency, the World Meteorological Organization, the International Maritime Organization and the International Civil Aviation Organization stating that radioactive material from the damaged Fukushima Daiichi Plant is gradually spreading outside Japan into the global atmosphere but at extremely low concentrations that do not present any health or transportation safety hazards. The United Nations Organizations continue to closely monitor the situation and will advise of any changes.

1.2 Japanese authorities confirmed that all international sea ports not damaged by the earthquake and tsunami are operating normally and that no health risk has been detected around the ports, based on the results of measurements of radiation levels by local governments. Further information covering all aspects of the response of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism of Japan as well as information regarding the radiation dose in Tokyo Bay can be found on the following websites:

http://www.mlit.go.jp/page/kanbo01_hy_001411.html
http://www.mlit.go.jp/kowan/kowan_fr1_000041.html

1.3 Screening for radiation of passengers arriving from Japan is currently considered unnecessary at airports or seaports around the world.

1.4 Further information is available on the website of the World Health Organization

http://www.who.int/en/

2 NAVAREA warnings

2.1 NAVAREA warnings including designated dangerous area around the Plant have been issued by the NAVAREA XI Coordinator (Japan) and also other precautionary warnings  have been issued by other NAVAREA Coordinators.

3 Action required

3.1 Member Governments and organizations are invited to bring this circular to the attention of shipowners and shipmasters and advise them to comply with the latest navigational warnings issued by the NAVAREA XI Coordinator (Japan), taking into account further precautionary advice issued by other NAVAREA Coordinators, in the wake of the damage to the Plant.

4 ALBERT EMBANKMENT
LONDON SE1 7SR
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7735 7611  Fax: +44 (0)20 7587 3210

Ref. T2-OSS/2.7  Circular letter No.3175/Rev.1
1 April 2011

To:  All IMO Members
United Nations and Specialized Agencies
Intergovernmental Organizations
Non-governmental Organizations in Consultative Status
Liberation Movements

Subject:  Navigation  in  the  sea  area  surrounding  Japan  in  the  wake  of  the
earthquake and tsunami of 11 March 2011

1  Current radiation levels in Japan

1.1         In  the  wake  of  the  earthquake  and  tsunami  off  the  eastern  coast  of  Japan
on 11 March 2011 and the damage to the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in Japan,
an updated joint press briefing was issued (1 April 2011) by the World Health Organization, the
International Atomic Energy Agency, the World Meteorological Organization, the International
Maritime Organization and the International Civil Aviation Organization stating that radioactive
material from the damaged Fukushima Daiichi Plant is gradually spreading outside Japan into
the global atmosphere but at extremely low concentrations that do not present any health or
transportation safety hazards.  The United Nations Organizations continue to closely monitor the
situation and will advise of any changes.

1.2         Japanese authorities confirmed that all international sea ports not damaged by the
earthquake  and  tsunami  are  operating  normally  and  that  no  health  risk  has been detected
around  the  ports,  based  on  the  results  of  measurements  of  radiation  levels  by  local
governments.  Further information covering all aspects of the response of the Ministry of Land,
Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism of Japan as well as information regarding the radiation
dose in Tokyo Bay can be found on the following websites:

http://www.mlit.go.jp/page/kanbo01_hy_001411.html
http://www.mlit.go.jp/kowan/kowan_fr1_000041.html.

1.3         Screening  for  radiation  of  passengers  arriving  from  Japan  is  currently  considered
unnecessary at airports or seaports around the world.

1.4         Further  information  is  available  on  the  website  of  the  World  Health  Organization
http://www.who.int/en/.

2  NAVAREA warnings

2.1         NAVAREA warnings including designated dangerous area around the Plant have been
issued by the NAVAREA XI Coordinator (Japan) and also other precautionary warnings have
been issued by other NAVAREA Coordinators.
Circular letter No.3175/Rev.1
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3  Action required

3.1         Member Governments and organizations are invited to bring this circular to the attention
of shipowners and shipmasters and advise them to comply with the latest navigational warnings
issued  by  the  NAVAREA  XI  Coordinator  (Japan),  taking  into  account  further  precautionary
advice issued by other NAVAREA Coordinators, in the wake of the damage to the Plant.

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