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Rosselkhoznadzor and the Japanese Veterinary Service discussed export supplies of Russian livestock products to Japan

Rosselkhoznadzor and the Japanese Veterinary Service discussed the issues of ensuring the safety of export supplies of Russian livestock products to Japan.

As the press service of the Russian department, the talks with Japanese colleagues took place at the 82-th general session of the International Epizootic Bureau in Paris.

“The Russian side expressed its readiness to support the Japanese veterinary service of Japan in the framework of international cooperation, and, if necessary, provide an expert opinion on the epizootic situation in the country,” the Rosselkhoznadzor notes. Russia has also completed work "on filling out and translating into English the answers to the Japanese questionnaire and is ready to send them to the Japanese veterinary service in the near future." It is planned that after analyzing the answers, the Japanese veterinary service will organize an inspection of Russian enterprises in order to assess the food safety of their products.

The talks also talked about the expediency of creating a working group to study the issues of the epizootic situation in both countries and to analyze the situation with the radiation contamination of Japanese fish products. As a result of the meeting, an agreement was reached to organize bilateral talks in the near future to discuss a wide range of issues of bilateral cooperation.

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