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Russia may refuse to feed from the EU because of the GMO

Russia may impose a ban on the supply of feed and feed additives in the European Union because of their use in genetically modified organisms (GMOs). This was reported in the RNS Rosselkhoznadzor press service with reference to the head of the Rosselkhoznadzor Konstantin Savenkov.

"Since the control formulation of feed and feed additives has shown that European colleagues no longer effectively control the GMO components in them, we do not exclude the introduction of restrictions on the supply of these products from the EU", - said Savenkov through a representative.

Earlier Rosselkhoznadzor has introduced temporary restrictions on import of feed and feed additives with a number of enterprises in Germany, Denmark, the Netherlands, Finland and France, after the detection of GMOs in their products.

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