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Russia Allowed the Import of Vegetables from Six Countries of EU
11.07.2011 14:53
Russia Allowed the Import of Vegetables from Six Countries of EU

Russian Federal service on customers' rights protection and human well-being surveillance has lifted a ban on vegetable imports from Greece and Czech Republic. 

      Thus, at this time six European countries are allowed to import vegetables: Spain, the Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Czech Republic and Greece. 

The ban was imposed in June, after an E.Coli bacteria outbreak caused infection in the EU. 

      According to RIAN, Russian authorities said that they will lift the ban after the source of the E.Coli infection is identified and the EU should take measures to prevent the import of infected vegetables to Russia.


Author: Ksenia Dzhalagonia

Tags: import Russian business    

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