Russia’s Rosselkhoznadzor allows the import of tomatoes from a number of countries

March 7, 2022 20:46 (UTC+04:00)


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The Russian Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Supervision Rosselkhoznadzor allowed the import of tomatoes from Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan, Tendency reports via the organization’s declaration.

Rosselkhoznadzor has lifted restrictions previously imposed on the import of vegetables into Russia from a number of countries.

In particular, the organization lifted all restrictions on the supply of tomatoes and peppers from Uzbekistan.

In addition, import into the territory of the Russian Federation resumes without taking into account the restrictions imposed on manufacturing enterprises:

– tomatoes from the Republic of Azerbaijan;

– tomatoes from the Republic of Armenia;

– tomatoes and peppers from the Republic of Belarus;

– tomatoes and peppers from the Republic of Kazakhstan;

– potatoes from the Arab Republic of Egypt;

– tomatoes and peppers from the Republic of Kyrgyzstan;

– tomatoes, peppers, courgettes and aubergines from the Republic of Turkey;

– tomatoes and peppers from Turkmenistan;

“The decision was taken based on the results of the analysis of information on regionalization provided by the national quarantine and plant protection organizations of the above-mentioned countries, as well as on the measures taken to prevent violations of the phytosanitary requirements of the Russian Federation and the member countries of the EAEU,” the organization said.

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