US will resume supply of pork to the Russian market, which had previously been banned due to the detection of antibiotics in meat.All obstacles managed to remove employees of the Ministry of Agriculture of the two countries.US to resume the supply of pork to the Russian market, which had previously been banned due to the detection of antibiotics in meat.All obstacles managed to remove employees of the Ministry of Agriculture of the two countries.
"As a result of these negotiations produced a new veterinary certificate which will ensure that pork from the US Russia meets certain levels of antibiotics, as well as microbiological indicators", - quotes RIA "News" the statement of the US Department.
Agency staff said that in the near future, the US sanitary services elaborate meat inspection program supplied to the Russian market.Manufacturers of high-quality pork will receive the export product safety certifications recognized in Moscow.It is assumed that the first American plants will be an appropriate t
recall that "meat conflict" broke out in December 2009.Bodies of the Russian veterinary control announced that restrict the supply of pork from 13 processing plants that were in the United States.These plants provide more than 90% of the total US pork exports to Russia.After such a decision to start bilateral negotiations, which resulted in the problem persists.
"The opening of the Russian market - for us this year, the fifth-largest - is excellent news for American producers," - said the head of the Ministry of Agriculture of the United States economy, Tom Vilsack.He explained that exports are critical to the US meat industry.Deliveries in Russia brought American business nearly $ 257 million.
note that Moscow and Washington to agree on another "meat issue."Since January 1, 2010, Russia restricted the import of chicken from the United States, because it found high chlorine content."Negotiations on the bird also be constructive, however, to discuss the technical details of the supply will be continued next week", - said the representative of the US Ministry of Agriculture.