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Russia lifted restrictions on the import of vegetables from several countries

Россия отменила ограничения на импорт овощей из нескольких стран
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Vegetables
Russia
Regulation / Agreement
Mar 9, 2022
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Since March 5, Russia has allowed the supply of vegetable products from nine countries, including Uzbekistan. Gazeta.uz writes about this with reference to the message of the Rosselkhoznadzor. In particular, it is allowed to import: tomatoes from Armenia and Azerbaijan; tomatoes and peppers from Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkey, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan; potatoes from Egypt, zucchini and eggplant from Turkey. The import of vegetables is allowed from the entire territory of these countries, without taking into account restrictions on manufacturing enterprises.
Since March 5, Russia has allowed the supply of vegetable products from nine countries, including Uzbekistan. Gazeta.uz writes about this with reference to the message of the Rosselkhoznadzor. In particular, the import is allowed: tomatoes from Armenia and Azerbaijan; tomatoes and peppers from Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkey, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan; potatoes from Egypt, zucchini and eggplant from Turkey. The import of vegetables is allowed from the entire territory of these countries, without taking into account restrictions on manufacturing enterprises. See also: Export of pomegranate from Uzbekistan in January exceeded last year's figure by almost 800 tons According to the Rosselkhoznadzor, the decision was made based on the analysis of information on regionalization provided by the national organizations for quarantine and plant protection of these countries, as well as on the measures taken to prevent violations of the phytosanitary requirements of the Russian ...
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