The Rosselkhoznadzor has restricted the importation of apples from Bosnia and Herzegovina


Rosselhoznadzor from January 22 imposes temporary restrictions on imports of apples from Bosnia and Herzegovina, including through third countries.

The reason for this decision were the results of the validation of a new batch of apples, during which on the package showed signs of remarking. It turned out that in fact the fruits were delivered from Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Poland. In evidence, the CPS has published a photo of the label.

That is, information about the origin of apples in the phytosanitary certificate was inaccurate, and that the certificate is invalid. And Poland, as recalled by the Agency, is among the countries that are covered by the Russian food embargo.
The importation of apples will be limited to negotiations with the competent service of Bosnia and Herzegovina, said the Rosselkhoznadzor. The party of apples shipped prior to January 22 will be subjected to intensive quarantine phytosanitary control.


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