Russia may completely ban the imports of plant growing products from the EU countries
Russia may completely ban the imports of plant growing commodities from the EU countries, due to systematic violations of the quarantine regulations, declared Sergey Dankvert, Head of the Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance (Rosselkhoznadzor), on July 31.
According to the official, during several recent years the European system to ensure the quarantine security does not work at all.
According to him, to date Rosselkhoznadzor make the case for all incidents of deliveries of European products with inclusion of quarantine objects for Russia, in order to estimate the risks.
In the nearest future, Rosselkhoznadzor will make consultations with phytosanitary services of the European Commission and individual EU countries on the issue, added S.Dankvert.
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