radiation contaminated Japanese heavy equipment Abu Flus Basra port
Adjust the Japanese heavy equipment contaminated with radiation in the port of Abu Flus Basra
Author: MB One port in the province of Basra
Monday, 14 T 2 2011 13:20 GMT
Alsumaria News / Basra
A source in the Directorate of Information and National Investigation in Basra on Monday that its troops seized a metal container and equipment construction heavy Japanese origin, contaminated with radiation after their discharge from a foreign ship within the port of Abu Flus business.
The source said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "security detachment belonging to the Directorate seized, today, construction equipment, heavy and large, in addition to the metal container to export the goods after making sure it is contaminated with radioactivity nuclear in the port of Abu Flus," noting that "the materials seized Following the examination after discharge from the foreign ship within the port of Abu Flus trade. "
The source, who requested anonymity, that "the certificates of the import of Japanese origin said that they had been exported after the incident of leakage of nuclear Japan's experience as a result of the tsunami that hit some coastal areas."
The province of Basra, 590 km south of the capital Baghdad, has five commercial ports oldest port stronghold near the center of the city of Basra, which was created by British forces in 1914, where they used for military purposes before they hand him over to Iraqi authorities in 1937, and in in 1965 was the establishment of the port of Umm Qasr, the Ministry of Transport announced in last year's split into two ports launched the new name of the port of Khor Abdullah, as witnessed in 1989 the completion of the construction of the port of Khor Al-Zubair, one of the ports of the second generation because it contains on the docks and industrial warehouses for raw materials iron, phosphate, urea, and in 1976 was the establishment of the port of Abu Flus on the Shatt al-Arab West Bank within the district of Abu Fertile, and characterized by its small size and inability to accommodate large ships because of the deterioration of the depths of Shatt al-Arab and the large number of sunken vessels in it.
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