The Rosselkhoznadzor administration for the Crimea and Sevastopol have returned to Ukraine almost 724 tons of vegetables and fruits, or 13% of all deliveries made during a week of production, due to violations of the rules of quarantine, inform the Ministry.
Russia in the last month of summer 2014 restricted imports of products 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. In June 2015, the Russian Federation decided to extend the food embargo for one year, until August 5, 2016.
"in some cases regulated products from Ukraine has reported violations of the quarantine regulations of the Russian Federation. On this basis, the management measures were taken to return 723, 9 tons and 14, 8 cubic meter of regulated products, which accounted for 13% of traffic ", - said the Rosselkhoznadzor.
during the week the inspectors of the Department for phytosanitary surveillance watched 534 trucks and cars on the state border of Russia. The control was subjected to more than 6 thousand tons, 7426 pieces and more than 80 cubic meters of products of plant origin.
Food return to Ukraine due to the lack of accompanying veterinary documents, incomplete or misleading information about the origin of products, labeling violations, inconsistencies in the timing of production and shelf life of perishable products, violations of sanitary norms and temperature.