A resolution on this is being drafted and it will be signed in the
next few hours, Russian Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary
Surveillance (Rosselkhoznadzor) official representative Alexei
Alexeyenko told Interfax. The reason for the ban is multiple violations
in certifying products supplied and the detection of items subject to
quarantine in Russia, he said.
“We have repeatedly recorded violations in the certification of
products arriving from Poland, we discovered western flower thrips and
oriental fruit moths,” he said.
He said the types of banned products will be indicated in the
resolution. “But this, more than anything, these are the types, about
which we repeatedly held talks with our Polish colleagues,” Alexeyenko