To eliminate the sanctions of the products will be of the Federal customs service of the Rosselkhoznadzor and Rospotrebnadzor, follows from the decision of the Russian government.
"The destruction of prohibited import products will be engaged in the FCS, the Rosselkhoznadzor and Rospotrebnadzor ", - reported in the Twitter of the Russian government on Twitter.
on Thursday, Russian Prime Minister Medvedev D. A. said that the Cabinet would soon publish a document on the elimination imported to the Russian Federation prohibited products. On Wednesday, the head of Vladimir Putin has signed the decree about liquidation on August 6, products imported into the Russian Federation and falling under the food embargo. Recall, the Ministry of agriculture over the weekend has developed a draft government decree approving the rules for the immediate destruction of the products, embargoed, just on the border after the execution of the Protocol of seizure. The technique of destruction until not literally clear. However, you can really burn through special sanitary furnaces- " crematoria ". But for sausages this method is not suitable for incineration will be accompanied by harmful emissions. There can be used the second method – disposal of products at special landfills. So often there are retail chains with expired products. However, there are different proposals for how best to dispose of prohibited For import to the Russian Federation of meat, sausage, fish, vegetables, fruits, dairy products. For example, the Council on human rights (HRC) under the President of the Russian Federation proposes to offer the forbidden food to refugees from Ukraine. If they end up in the country, then it is better to give to the poor, especially the Ukrainians, who is currently in great need, I believe in the HRC. Others believe that ham and Parmesan detained at the border, you can send a humanitarian convoy in the Donbass. Still others believe that in Russia and many of its poor and needy in charity. For this reason, prohibited products can be given to orphanages, nursing homes and the like.