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Ukraine bans import of food from Crimea

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Ukraine bans import of food from Crimea

On Monday, October 13, 2014 the State Veterinary and Phytosanitary Service of Ukraine will introduce the temporary ban on import of goods, which should be controlled by the service, to the country from the territory of Crimea and Sevastopol, as reported on its website with reference to the order No. 129 of the state inspector general of the veterinary medicine of Ukraine starting from October 10.

«The free trade zone Crimea with the special regime of economic activity on the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine was created due to the situation in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea. And also it is not possible to provide measures of the state veterinary and sanitary control and inspection of the epizootic situation, subjected for the veterinary-sanitary inspection, implementing required anti-epizootic measures and monitoring programs for animal health,» reported the service.

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Юрий Кузнецов 04 February 2015, 11:02

Отличное решение! Продукты будут оставаться в Крыму и удовлетворять внутренний спрос, замедляя рост цен, а остальную продукцию крымским производителям выгоднее продавать в другие регионы РФ.