In connection with the deteriorating epizootic situation with highly pathogenic avian influenza in a number of European countries, the Rosselkhoznadzor introduced a temporary ban on the import of poultry and poultry products from the Ustets region of the Czech Republic, the agency said. Earlier, from December 30, 2021, similar measures were extended to the entire territory of Slovenia and the UK provinces of Norfolk and Lincolnshire. The restrictions include live poultry, hatching eggs, poultry meat, finished poultry meat products (with the exception of products subjected to processing that ensures the destruction of avian influenza viruses), feed and feed additives for birds (except for products of plant origin, chemical and microbiological synthesis). The transit of live birds through Russia is also prohibited, Rosselkhoznadzor specified. At the same time, the agency previously reported that from January 11, based on the results of an analysis of the epizootic situation in ...
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