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Sol came under the Russian prodembargo

The Russian government has made a salt in the list of products which are prohibited to import into the country within the scope of the food embargo. A decree published on the official web portal of legal information Tuesday, 13 September.

It comes into force on November 1 2016 years.

The list of the salt got banned import of products (including the dining room and denatured), pure sodium chloride, as well as sea salt.

July 1 EU extended the economic sanctions against Russia until January 31 2017 years. The same day, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed a decree on the extension kontrsanktsy with 6 2016 August till December 31 2017 years.

A number of countries, including the United States and Member States of the European Union, have introduced restrictive measures against Russia in 2014 year, linking them with the occurrence of the Crimea to the Russian Federation, and then - with the conflict in the south-east of Ukraine. In response, August 6 2014, Moscow imposed an embargo on the import of products from these countries.

See also ... 10/08/2016 Ministry of Economic Development outlines deadlines for lifting sanctions against Turkey 03/08/2016 Ministry of Economic Development: pro-embargo deprived the West of the market $ 8,6 billion 02/08/2016 Ministry of Agriculture decided on imported baby food Moldavia27 / 01/2016 The RSHN denied the information about the salt deficit17 / 11/2014 Italy lost 27 billion euros due to the Russian embargo Russia extends pro-embargo against the EU02 / 2015/1,25 FCS expects an increase in the supply of “sanctions” to Russia 22 Sanction in Russia will be destroyed until 06/2015/30 Turkey asked Russia to remove pro-embargo05 / 2016/30 RSHN allowed the supply of cheese and meat from Switzerland06 / 2016/15 The Accounts Chamber doubted the food industry of Russia 07/2016/15 Russia will keep the list of sanctioned goods

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