Russian food watchdog begins inspections of Hungarian companies
Experts of Russiaʼs plant and animal health authority Rosselkhoznadzor today launched inspections Hungarian companies must undergo to regain entry to the Russian market, a representative of the agency said according to Hungarian news agency MTI.
Alexey Alekseyenko told Russian news portals that approximately two dozen companies in Hungary and Greece were being scrutinized by Rosselkhoznadzor. The inspections will be completed by April 30 and results will be published a few days afterwards, he added
Russia introduced an embargo on food imports from Europe last August, as a counter-measure to sanctions by the West because of the crisis in Ukraine.
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