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The head of the Rosselkhoznadzor spoke out against a total ban on the import of meat and milk by Russians

The head of the Rosselkhoznadzor spoke out against a total ban on the import of meat and milk by Russians
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The head of the Rosselkhoznadzor, Sergey Dankvert, spoke out against a total ban on the import of meat and dairy products for personal use by citizens of the Russian Federation. About it пишет TASS.

“It’s not necessary to reach the point of absurdity, therefore it is necessary to single out those things that carry great risks and impose a ban on them. For those things that carry less risk, do not introduce, ”the official said. He also added that prohibitions on the importation of meat and dairy products exist in many "civilized countries." “Why did everyone decide that it was jamon and parmesan? Let's say the African plague sausages that we recently detained in Transbaikalia, ”added Sergey Dankvert, explaining that the types of food under discussion can be a threat regardless of the amount being transported.

Earlier, representatives of the National Meat Association appealed to Deputy Prime Minister Alexei Gordeyev with a request to ban citizens from importing meat and dairy products into Russia for personal use. This initiative was considered by the relevant departments, and later the Ministry of Agriculture published a bill according to which citizens can bring into the territory of the Russian Federation up to 5 kg of meat and dairy products for personal use. The document also provides for the right of the Rosselkhoznadzor to inspect the luggage of Russians and destroy recognized meat and dairy products that are potentially dangerous.