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RSKHN ban the import of courgettes and pumpkins from Turkey

Rosselkhoznadzor (RSKHN) with 19 May introduces a ban on the import of courgettes and pumpkins from Turkey, a total ban on Turkish fruit and vegetables is not a speech, RNS reported in the press service of the department.

"In May, we plan to 19 ban on squash and pumpkin (from Turkey) because of the continued detection of quarantine objects", - the press-service.

The representative of the department also reminded that today entered into force a ban on the import of Russian lettuce and iceberg lettuce Turkish origin, to which there were claims of Rosselkhoznadzor for quarantine facilities.

Earlier, Assistant Head of Rosselkhoznadzor Alexey Alekseenko reported RNS, that this week Russia may completely ban the import into its territory of plant products from Turkey because of the systematic detection of quarantine objects in it.

On January 1 2016, Russia banned the import of a number of agricultural products from Turkey. The list includes some vegetables (tomatoes, onions, shallots, cauliflower, broccoli, cucumber), fruits (oranges, tangerines, apples, pears, apricots, peaches, nectarines, plums) and berries (strawberries, strawberry). In March Rosselkhoznadzor banned the import to Russia of Turkish peppers and pomegranates, in April - Turkish eggplant in May - Turkey lettuce and iceberg lettuce.

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