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Russia will help China finally defeat FMD

Negotiations were held in Moscow between Deputy Head of the Rosselkhoznadzor, Chief Veterinary Inspector of Russia Yevgeny Nepoklonov and Cai Guju, President of the Union of Chinese Entrepreneurs. It was about the development of bilateral trade relations between Russia and China.

Yevgeny Nepoklonov detailed about the results of the working visit of the Rosselkhoznadzor delegation to China last week. In Beijing, the head of the Rosselkhoznadzor met with the leadership of the Bureau for the Safety of Food Import and Export of the General Administration for Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of China. The parties agreed that Russian veterinarians will watch the Chinese enterprises supplying meat to Russia, which will control the products exported.

The main task that heads of relevant departments are now solving is to form a credit of trust, without which it is impossible to effectively ensure control over epizootological well-being and food safety. This is a necessary basis for the resumption and intensification of the most efficient trade between Russia, China and Mongolia. Experts discuss the problems of preventing the occurrence and spread of foot and mouth disease, brucellosis, porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome, epidemic diarrhea of ​​pigs and a number of other diseases.

As a result of three-day meetings in Moscow, a number of agreements were reached on closer interaction and cooperation between research centers of the countries. Veterinarians and experts will jointly monitor especially dangerous animal diseases in the border areas. The Federal Center for Animal Health, subordinate to Rosselkhoznadzor, is currently recognized by international organizations. The center has proven its effectiveness for two years, from 2010 to 2012, in helping Mongolia defeat foot and mouth disease. Russian specialists monitored the FMD epizootic situation in Mongolia, produced and supplied a highly effective vaccine. As a result, Mongolia was completely free from this disease by the end of 2012.

However, in the future, new subtypes of foot and mouth disease circulating in the countries of Southeast Asia re-entered Mongolia and then Russia. Yevgeny Nepoklonov noted that Russia is ready to continue the fight against a dangerous animal disease in the territory of three countries, including China.

Cai Guzhu noted that the China Entrepreneurs Union will promote this topic among Chinese manufacturers of biological products for animal vaccination. In addition, representatives of the Union of Entrepreneurs of China will soon visit the FGBI ARRIAH to get acquainted with the work processes and achievements of the scientific center.

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