Russia did not let over 13 tons of Ukrainian cheese to enter Crimea
12:35, 9 September 2015

Russia did not let over 13 tons of Ukrainian cheese to enter Crimea

Rosselkhoznadzor states that the cargo came without documents

12:35, 9 September 2015


The press service of Rosselkhoznadzor, Russian Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance released a statement that Rosselkhoznadzor did not let 13.4 tons of Ukrainian cheese, produced in Zhytomyr region, to cross the Crimean border. During documentary control of the products, there was no information whether the Ukrainian cheese complies with Russian standards.

“During the documentary inspection of the party of the dairy products, inspectors had found no information on compliance with the current regulations of cheese on microbiological, physical-chemical, chemical-toxicological, and radiological indicators,” according to the report of the Service.

On the basis of committed norms violations of the applicable legislation of the Customs Union, the cargo was returned to Ukraine. As reported September 1, Rosselkhoznadzor banned entering of 18.6 tons of Ukrainian chicken, and the product han not entered the peninsula. Russia has destroyed more than 600 tons of plant food, which belongs to "sanctions products".

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