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While conducting quarantine and phytosanitary control at a warehouse
for temporary storage in Borovsk, Kaluga region, 20 tonnes of onions
from Ukraine, 17.6 tonnes of plums from Serbia and nearly 38 tonnes of
black cherries, peaches, nectarines and plums from Greece were found in
packages without the necessary markings.

Nearly 19 tonnes of apricots from Romania that were also being shipped in violation of Customs Union requirements were stopped.

The owners of the shipments will be held administratively liable.

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