Serbia decided the problem with the export of apples to the Russian Federation, Minister of agriculture of the country Snezhana Bogosavljevic-Boskovic.
last Saturday of the Russian phytosanitary service said it has recorded a significant increase in the supply of apples from Serbia to the Russian Federation, which has asked the Serbian colleagues for additional data about their production. On the first day of the week the Rosselkhoznadzor said that Russia may impose a ban on the import of plant products from Serbia because of suspicions in the re-export of Polish apples.
"The issue of the export of apples from our country to the market of the Russian Federation was of a technical nature and is currently solved," the Minister said Wednesday at the Symposium on agricultural policies in Serbia in Belgrade.
in her expressions, Serbian officials had established good cooperation with Russian colleagues, were agreed export procedures and all methods of establishing standards of product quality. As explained by Bogosavljevic-Boskovic, was established and a system of notifications about export lots of vegetables and fruits coming from Serbia to the Russian Federation, which started from March 2.
Russia on August 7 year restricted imports of a number of items from countries that have imposed with respect to penalties: USA, EU, Canada, Australia and Norway. A ban were meat, dairy and seafood, vegetables and fruits. Then has been stated many times about the attempts of manufacturers to circumvent the embargo. In this regard, the Rosselkhoznadzor has restricted the supply of fruit and vegetables from Ukraine, then meat and vegetables from Moldova, meat from Montenegro, vegetables and fruits from Albania.
Western countries from March 2014 has repeatedly imposed sentences because of the position of Russia in Ukraine. The last case of the use of such practices were the limits imposed in March 2015, when was expanded US sanction List.
A list of Russian citizens and organizations that have come Under penalties - in the material of the Fin news