Moscow, 24 Jul - RIA Novosti/Prime. The Council on human rights (HRC) Under the President of the Russian Federation proposes to offer products targeted by the counter, refugees from the Ukraine, said a member of the Council for development of civil society and human rights Evgeny Bobrov on the radio station " Moscow speaking ".
first it was announced that the Minister of agriculture of Russia Alexander Tkachev asked the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin to allow to destroy a batch of the imported products From countries involved in the sanctions list, on the border. The head was ordered to work with lawyers question the destruction of the products at the border of the Russian Federation and propose real measures.
"I, frankly, are fundamentally opposed to this proposal. It seems to me something akin to tyranny. If these can be goods not be allowed, it should not be allowed. If you do not let does not work, they eventually get here, it is, of course, it is necessary to give to the poor. The more Ukrainians that are currently in such a great need, " said beavers.
Beavers said that public organizations and the HRC will participate in this question. He added that " the day before yesterday finished concept Internet representation of the interagency state aid to Ukrainian refugees ".
according to him, the essential need of immigrants for food, money, other goods and their need to destroy.
Russia in the last month of summer 2014 limited the import of foodstuffs From countries that have entered against her punishment, as well as among them From the EU. The ban covers meat, sausage, fish, vegetables, fruits, dairy products. 25 June 2015 it was decided to extend the embargo for one year, until August 5, 2016 in response to the punishment of the EU, which were prolonged until 31 January of the same year.
With effect from 7 August 2014 the list of products prohibited for import in the Russian Federation was amended. From it, for example, removed the fry oysters and mussels, salmon fry, but added paragraphs, excluding the supply in the Russian Federation cheeses and lactose-free items.