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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

The Rosselkhoznadzor has come up with what other European goods to prohibit in Russia


Head of the Rosselkhoznadzor administration Konstantin Savenkov has declared “to Interfax” that the Agency is considering a ban of deliveries from Europe of feed and feed additives.


photo: Gennady Cherkasov

According to officials, due to the fact that “European colleagues have effectively ceased to control GMO components” in its production and therefore its supply can be “restrictions”.

As an example, Savenkov referred to the fact that in some feeds was discovered unregistered genetically modified soya”. Speech, in his opinion, talking about falsified products.

Read how Russia was left without a Turkish eggplant.

At the moment, Russia has banned the supply on their territory only with a number of European companies, however, the detection of further violations could extend the ban to products throughout the EU.

The official explained that he sees two ways out of problems: either foreign (including U.S.) suppliers to create a register of enterprises involved in the supply of fodder in Russia (which they are not ready yet), or Russia bans the import of these products first from some EU countries and then from all the territory “and let them understand they are there”.

Recall that at the moment in Russia continue to act “counter-sanctions” prohibiting the import of many products from countries that supported the US sanctions and the EU against Russia because of the situation in Ukraine. Also, Russia is waging a trade war with Turkey closed the border for most of its agricultural products.

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