Russia has restricted the re-export of products from Mali through Belarus


The Rosselkhoznadzor on December 6, restricts the re-export of products from Mali via Belarus, reported the Russian Agency.

Among the prohibited for import re-export products are groundnuts, sesame, cotton, mango and millet.

"Rosselkhoznadzor 6 Dec 2016 allowed re-export to the Russian Federation from the Republic of Belarus only for the regulated products origin Republic of Mali, which is specified in the letter of the Embassy of the Russian Federation in the Republic of Mali, namely: peanut, sesame, cotton, mango, millet", – stated in the message Department.

It is noted that the decision was made on the basis of information received by the Russian Embassy in Mali, about the range and volume of export of quarantine products to the territory of the European Union.

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Previously, the Rosselkhoznadzor has already expressed concern about the re-export to Russia from Belarus grapes from third countries. So, for eight months of 2016 these imports increased more than doubled to 7.8 thousand tons.

In the structure of import of grapes in Belarus there are such countries as Somalia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Benin, Burkina Faso, Mali, Central African Republic. They supply products of a complex logistic routes through the countries of the European Union. Data FGIS "Argus-Phyto" confirm that the grapes from these countries comes to Russia, accompanied by re-export phytosanitary certificates of Belarus.


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