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Russia vetoes imports of some poultry productions from the US and Canada due to avian flu

Rusia veta las importaciones de algunas producciones avícolas de EE.UU y Canadá por la gripe aviar
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Poultry
Canada
Avian Influenza
Regulation / Agreement
Russia
Supply Quality
May 17, 2022
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The Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance (Rosseljoznadzor) has banned this Monday imports of poultry production from some regions of the United States and Canada affected by cases of avian influenza. "Rosseljoznadzor imposes temporary supply limitations from May 16, 2022, of live birds and poultry production in the state of Utah (USA) and the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Manitoba", the entity reported in a press release published on its website. The measure was taken due to the worsening of the epidemic situation in both countries, according to Russian authorities. "The US is suffering the worst outbreak of this disease in the last 7 years. Due to the virus, more than 20 million chickens and turkeys have been slaughtered on commercial farms. In 2022 the country officially confirmed 186 outbreaks of avian flu on agricultural farms in 21 states," Rosselkhoznadzor pointed out. To this, according to the Russian phytosanitary service, was added a new br ote detected in Utah, where more than 1 million birds were culled.
The Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance (Rosseljoznadzor) has banned this Monday imports of poultry production from some regions of the United States and Canada affected by cases of avian influenza."Rosseljoznadzor imposes temporary supply limitations from May 16, 2022 of live birds and poultry production in the state of Utah (USA) and the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Manitoba", the entity reported in a press release published on its website. The measure was taken due to the worsening of the epidemic situation in both countries, according to Russian authorities. "The US is suffering the worst outbreak of this disease in the last 7 years. Due to the virus, more than 20 million chickens and turkeys have been slaughtered on commercial farms. In 2022 the country officially confirmed 186 outbreaks of avian flu on agricultural farms in 21 states," Rosseljoznadzor has pointed out. To this, according to the Russian phytosanitary service, was added a ...
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