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19 of August, 10:55

In Europe lost 150 thousand tons of pork
The closure of the Russian market of sales of grocery embargo led to a serious crisis of overproduction in the European Union. So, in European warehouses has accumulated 150 thousand tons of pork.

European manufacturers continue to feel the adverse impact the desires of political leaders of Western States to start a confrontation with Russia. A serious blow to their well-being became a domestic embargo, aimed at protecting domestic producers, and a limited supply of food products from the EU.

"The closure of the domestic market for pork exports from EU member States has led to the fact that the warehouses have accumulated from 100 thousand to 150 thousand tons of meat. The result appeared quite serious pressure on the market", - TASS quoted the Minister of agriculture of France Stephane Le Foll.

Reckless attempts of the Europeans to find new markets facilitate bring. "We translated exports to China, although it did not solve the issue of surplus products." - Minister confessed. Now up to 150 tons of pork just disappears in warehouses, uniformly approaching the end of shelf life, as well as putting some producers in a desperate situation.

The position of European farmers will be considered at forthcoming in early September, the EU summit. "The Russian embargo is due to 2 factors. For starters, it's a diplomatic factor associated with punishment and the situation in Ukraine. Besides all this, Russia had imposed a sanitary embargoes, illness-related animals in Eastern Europe," said Stephane Le Foll.

He added. what will make "every effort to ensure that these issues were discussed seriously and thoroughly". Besides all this, this same issue will be raised at the meeting of the States of the "Weimar triangle" - France, Germany and Poland, which will take place on August 31 in Berlin.

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