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Rosselkhoznadzor will assess the situation with products from China in the Far Eastern Federal District

Rosselkhoznadzor will assess the situation with products from China in the Far Eastern Federal District
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The Rosselkhoznadzor assesses the situation with the shortage of vegetables from China in stores in the Far East. If necessary, the agency will take action.

As Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova said at a briefing, so far the authorities have not taken any additional measures due to a shortage of vegetables. Until March 1, only a temporary restriction was introduced on the import and transit to Russia of all types of exotic and decorative animals, insects and arthropods, as well as fish and aquatic organisms from China.

A shortage of fresh vegetables arose in the regions of the Far East after closing the borders with China due to coronavirus. Buyers complain that product remains are sold at inflated prices, therefore, now retailers are trying to establish the supply of vegetables from Turkey and Azerbaijan. In Primorye to stabilize the situation across the border with China began to miss trucks.

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