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The Rosselkhoznadzor on February 14 introduces a ban on the import to Russia of Serbian pear.
This is due to suspicion of re-exports from third countries.
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The Rosselkhoznadzor on February 14, 2018 banned Serbian pears to the territory of the Russian Federation in connection with suspicion on their re-export from third countries. This is stated in the message Department.

"Rosselkhoznadzor 14 February 2018 imposes temporary restrictions on import into the Russian Federation, including via third countries, pears fresh origin the Republic of Serbia before the peer negotiation and clarification with the competent service of the country", - said the Rosselkhoznadzor.

The Rosselkhoznadzor repeatedly expressed the National organization for quarantine and plant protection of the Republic of Serbia concern about the cases of detection on the territory of the Russian Federation of fruits and vegetables, which is uncommon on high-quality structure for the Republic of Serbia, the report said.

Test events were held in retail chains of the Russian Federation, where it was discovered the party of pears "Conference", which indicated Serbia.

In September 2017, the Rosselkhoznadzor reported on the possible introduction of restrictions on the import of Serbian nectarines, plums and peaches, in case of detection in production of quarantine objects. At the same time, reported the discovery of fruits and vegetables, unusual composition for Serbia. It concerns particularly of pears "Conference" and peaches of the variety "Fig".

Translated by service "Yandex.Translation»
Источники: ТАСС