Russia and Turkey will jointly inspect imported Turkish tomatoes


Russia and Turkey may 10, at the seaport of Gelendzhik will carry out joint phytosanitary control of the Turkish tomatoes, imported into Russia, according to Rosselkhoznadzor.

"May 10, 2018 at the seaport of Gelendzhik will be carried out jointly with the Directorate of food and control Ministry of food, agriculture and livestock of Turkish Republic phytosanitary control of consignments of Turkish tomatoes imported into the Russian Federation", — stated in the message.

The service also reports that the may 3 negotiations were held between the Rosselkhoznadzor and the colleagues from Turkey, during which the parties discussed technical questions about the forthcoming re-inspection of the Russian plants-producers of beef, as well as compliance with data enterprises of the Turkish legislation in the field of veterinary.
Russia introduced an embargo on the supply of Turkey a number of products from 1 January 2016 in response to the attack on the Turkish air force Russian su-24 in Syria at the end of November 2015. In the fall of 2016 limits consistently starred, however, a ban on the supply of tomatoes, one of the most important for Turkish goods remained until November 2017. May 1 Russia removes restrictions on the number of companies exporting tomatoes from Turkey, leaving the total quota for deliveries in the amount of 50 thousand tons per year.


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