The Rosselkhoznadzor will open 7 dairy plants of Belarus for resumption of supply

25.05.2017

On the inspection results the Rosselkhoznadzor will open for the resumption of supplies 2 Belarusian beef enterprises and 7 dairy factories, said Minister of agriculture of Russia Alexander Tkachev during the negotiations on the supply of products from Belarus.

On May 22, the Ministry of agriculture of Russia held talks between Minister of agriculture of the Russian Federation, Alexander Tkachev and Minister of agriculture and food of Belarus Leonid Zayats, attended by representatives of the agricultural departments of the two countries and Rosselkhoznadzor.

The Rosselkhoznadzor has carried out 2 stages of the inspections to resolve the issue with the supply of products of several Belarusian enterprises. In the first phase (from 5 to 13 April) there were conducted inspections of 18 enterprises for the production of meat, dairy and fish products. In the second phase (from 2 to 12 may) there were conducted inspections of 13 Belarusian enterprises, reports The DairyNews with reference to information of the Ministry of agriculture.

"On the inspection results the Rosselkhoznadzor will open for the resumption of supplies of 2Belarusian beef enterprises and 7 dairy factories", – said Alexander Tkachev and expressed confidence that the Belarusian side will create the traceability system, strengthen the monitoring and quality control of raw materials and finished products coming to Russian market.

The supplies were resumed for whole milk products from dairy enterprises "Kalinkovichskiy dairy plant", GP "Molochny gostinets, OJSC "Berezovsky cheese-making plant", OJSC "Shchuchinskiy cheese and butter factory", Smorgon dairy products branch of OJSC "Lidskiy dairy plant", Volkovyskoe JSC "Bellakt" JSC "Polotskiy dairy plant", as well as for beef, beef products and finished meat products - LLC "Pinskiy meat-packing plant", JSC "Borisov meat-packing plant № 1".

"Despite the measures taken, territorial offices of Rosselkhoznadzor continue to identify cases of exports of animal products to Russia from Belarus with violation of veterinary-sanitary requirements and norms of the Eurasian Economic Union", – said Alexander Tkachev.

Earlier, The DairyNews reported that the ban on the supply of products to Russia has affected 12 Belarusian dairy enterprises.


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