Russia expanded the restrictions on the supply of milk from Belarus

19 May 2017, 08:05 | Economy
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Remains of antibiotics allegedly found in dry milk, cheese and butter. Russia since May 19 has imposed temporary restrictions on the supply of products of a number of Belarusian producers of milk powder, cheese and butter. This is reported on the Rosselkhoznadzor website. So, the list of enterprises subject to restrictions included Kobrin butter-making and cheese-making factory, Molodechno Dairy Plant, Dairy Company Novogrudok Gifts, Pruzhany Dairy Plant, Slutsk cheese-making plant and its Luban branch. The reason for this decision was the fact that the products of these manufacturers allegedly again found antibiotics lincomycin, natamycin, ciprofloxacin, as well as tylosin. As reported by the correspondent.

Net, in March this year the Rosselkhoznadzor banned the import of five brands of cheese from Belarus to Russia. Then the sanctions affected three Belarusian enterprises. In April, Belarus accused the Rosselkhoznadzor of causing damage. It was reported that the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Belarus conducts a pre-investigation check on the case of the head of the Russian department of Sergei Dankvert. Lukashenka: There are too many problems in relations with Russia.

Original article: Russia expands restrictions on supplies of milk from Belarus.

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