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Poland is advised to put an end to contraband
15.11.2006 17:36
Poland is advised to put an end to contraband

The Ministry of agriculture of Russia calls Polish authorities to stop contraband and re-export of banned products. This claim has demonstrated Russian reaction to the recent offer of Poland to levy the EU sanctions against Russia.
      It would be not needless to remind that Russia put a ban on Polish meat and some other products import a year ago. The decision was based on the constant rough violations of veterinary laws of import by the Polish side.
      The Head of the Ministry of agriculture advises Poland to put the meat import sphere to rights and states that it was Poland to turn into a base for re-export of banned products, contraband and counterfeit.
      
      
      Source: www.dni.ru


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