MOSCOW, December 24. The disposal has been prohibited since 1 January, Turkish products as a separate document is not prescribed, however it can be destroyed if hit on the territory of the country as impersonal (products whose origin is not confirmed or is in doubt).
The CPS does not preclude disposal of prohibited Turkish products after January 1,
About it reported in a press-service of Rosselkhoznadzor.
The Ministry recalled that when the decision was made about the destruction of the sanctions of products from the EU on the Russian border, President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on special economic measures to ensure security of the Russian Federation. Turkish products, which have been banned since 1 January, under the scope of this document is not subject to.
“However, upon detection of unidentified products in the country, which are basically products of unknown origin and carries potential risks, the Rosselkhoznadzor when deciding on the destruction may be guided by the government resolution on approval of the regulations on the examination of substandard and hazardous food raw materials and food products, their use or destruction. This category also can get the products produced in Turkey”, – said the Agency.
Earlier, the head of the Rosselkhoznadzor Sergey Dankvert did not rule out attempts of Turkish agricultural products supplies to Russia through Iran with fake documents and asked the Iranian colleagues to be more vigilant.
In turn, the head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova told journalists that does not exclude disposal of Turkish products is prohibited after 1 January 2016. According to her, the issue “today is defined and solved”.
On the destruction of illicit products
From 6 August 2015 in Russia began to destroy the products hit by the Russian embargo. The prohibition referred to in the EU and other countries sanctioners (USA, Canada, Australia, Norway).
In early December, the Rosselkhoznadzor reported that the Agency will not destroy prohibited for import from 1 January 2016, Turkish products, since it requires separate disposal of the authorities. Turkey is not included in the list of countries whose products are destroyed according to government decree, noted in the Rosselkhoznadzor.