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Russia: Nearly 600 tonnes of produce detained by Novosibirsk in April

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Core Tip: Inspectors of the Rosselkhoznadzor of the Novosibirsk region have reported their figures for April.
Inspectors of the Rosselkhoznadzor of the Novosibirsk region have reported their figures for April. This month, 584 tonnes of fruits and vegetables from the republics of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan were detained at the border of the region. These were intended for sale in Novosibirsk and its neighbouring regions. Products like apples, lemons, tomatoes, peanuts and cereals were transported without appropriate documents confirming phytosanitary safety or without proper labelling on the packages.

"In accordance with the requirements of international quarantine legislation, all of these shipments were denied entry into the territory of the Russian Federation. The cargo was returned to the exporters in the republics of Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan," stated the ministry's press service.

It is worth noting that the volume of banned quarantine products in April is comparable to that of the first quarter this year (562.24 tonnes). This is due to an increase in the flow of plant products imported to the Novosibirsk region from the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
 
 
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