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Belarus plans on may 22 to hold talks in Moscow on the issues of lifting restrictions on the supply of agricultural products to Russia, said the Minister of agriculture and food of Belarus Leonid Zayats.
«On Monday, may 22, we will meet at the site of the Ministry of agriculture of Russia. Discuss the question of removal of claims and the open access of our products to the Russian market», — said the Minister in an interview with BelTA news Agency, published on Friday.
«Today there is no argument and no facts which could impede the promotion of our products in Russia», — he said.
Touching the past in April and may inspections of the Belarusian processing plants by the Rosselkhoznadzor specialists, the head of the Ministry of Belarus recalled that the first test of the Rosselkhoznadzor, has covered 18 of the Belarusian processing enterprises, the second on has affected 12 companies.
According to him, the results of the first test was «comments, but we are not talking about any risk for the health of our consumers.»
«The question is more economic. And we gave them a complete, comprehensive answers. The report painted details. The main emphasis is on dairy and processing industry,» said Hare.
Speaking about the second test, he noted that «there were also comments, and we were ready to discuss them».
The Rosselkhoznadzor had previously imposed restrictions on the supply to Russia of animal products number of Belarusian processing enterprises. Later he sent two inspections to verify the Belarusian enterprises as a limited supply in Russia, and working in full in the Russian market. In Minsk, expressed hope that the results of inspections of the existing restrictions will be lifted. Restrictions on two companies have already been removed.