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Belarus and Russia will discuss on 13 February, the lifting of restrictions on food supplies
Belarus and Russia will discuss the removal of restrictions on supplies of Belarusian foodstuffs to the Russian market on February 13. About it on Monday have informed in a press-service Ministry of Belarus.
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"Deputy Minister of agriculture and food - Director of the Department of veterinary and food supervision Ministry of Belarus Ivan Smilgin and head of the Federal service for veterinary and phytosanitary supervision (Rosselkhoznadzor) Sergey Dankvert will discuss the removal of restrictions on supplies of Belarusian foodstuffs to the Russian market", - informed in the agricultural Department.

It noted that the parties will consider the implementation of the roadmap of bilateral cooperation for the removal of mutual restrictive measures for the supply of products. "Another topic of discussion will be the development of mechanisms of transit of animal products from Belarus through Russia to other countries of the EEU", - reported in the Ministry of agriculture.

The Rosselkhoznadzor has imposed temporary restrictions on supplies to Russia of some types of Belarusian milk and raw materials due to the unsafe dairy products. After several rounds of negotiations, Belarus and Russia signed a road map for the lifting of restrictions on supplies to Russia of Belarusian livestock production in 2018. Minsk pledged to take measures to prevent the import into Russia of the sanctions for agricultural products.

Last week, the Vice-premiers of the two countries Mikhail Rus and Alexey Gordeev at the talks in Moscow, discussed the mutual supply of food and the cooperation in the agrarian sphere. Vice-premiers agreed that the Department of veterinary and food supervision Ministry of Belarus jointly with Rosselkhoznadzor will analyze the validity of existing restrictions until March 1.

 

 

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Источники: Dairynews