Russia is planning to introduce temporary restrictions on dairy, meat and seafood imports from , starting July 15, according to the Russian Federal Veterinary and Phytosanitary Inspection Service, The Moscow Times reports. Greece
Russian food safety inspectors, who discovered violations of hygiene standards in June, said the Greek Veterinary Service had overlooked improper certification of animal products intended for export.
“Restrictions will be imposed on all Greek enterprises producing food products, considering that practically all of them are included under the guarantee of the Greek veterinary services,” a spokesperson for the inspection service said in an interview with a Moscow Times reporter.
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