The Rosselkhoznadzor is not going to impose a ban on the import of Turkish vegetables and fruits are not on the sanctions list, told journalists the head of Department Sergey Dankvert.
“No, not yet close to everything will not, they now intend to work constructively, and we with them will work”, — said Dankvert (quoted by “Interfax”).
The head of the Rosselkhoznadzor noted that the task of the Department is to ensure that its requirements are met. “They are going to meet, we work, and do not go towards the — close”, — he stressed.
Previously, in early may, the Deputy head of the Yulia Rosselhoznadzora, Shvabauskene has declared “to Interfax” that the Agency may soon completely ban the supply of fruit and vegetables from Turkey. Shvabauskene, noted that the experts continue to identify quarantine pests in shipments of vegetables and fruits that have not prohibited for import from Turkey.
From 16 may, the Rosselkhoznadzor has banned the import into Russia of salads lettuce and iceberg.
Thursday, may 19, Russia prohibits the import of Turkish vegetable marrow and pumpkins. These decisions in the Rosselkhoznadzor explained the discovery to supply the vegetables pests.
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Dankvert said earlier that no political motive in the actions of his Department there. “We have a discovery [of infected products] — raise up the chronology, as slowly and patiently closed one, a second, a third company, if the phytosanitary service of Turkey is inefficient, it is not a policy, and the question of the service”, — said the official.
The impending ban on the supply of vegetables and fruits from Turkey and commented on the President’s press Secretary Dmitry Peskov. “Rosselkhoznadzor is not involved in politics, he is engaged in his specific activity,” he said.