The Rosselkhoznadzor has banned the supply of Belarusian «Brodka»

© RIA Novosti / Andrey to Alexandrapalace in fotobanka Russia and Belarus. ArchiveThe Rosselkhoznadzor has banned the supply of Belarusian «Brodka»© RIA Novosti / Andrey to Alexandrapalace the image Bank

Rosselkhoznadzor from December 29, 2017 banned the supply to Russia of regulated products from Belarusian enterprises FKH Brodok, after marking this enterprise was discovered on products which it does not produce — tomatoes and grenades, presumably resection received from Turkey, the message of the Ministry.

It is reported that from 15 to 22 December while moving to Russia was detained seven cars that no supporting documents were transported fruit and vegetables. When checking it was found that in five vehicles on the package with fresh tomatoes, zucchini, fresh peppers, cherry tomatoes and peppers had the markings of Turkish companies whose products are not authorized by the Rosselkhoznadzor for import to Russian Federation.

In addition, two other detainees cars with tomatoes and grenades along with marking the Turkish companies were identified marking the Belarusian producer «FKH Bridok».

«According to the Rosselkhoznadzor’s information, the Belarusian enterprise «FKH Bridok» is not a producer of tomatoes and especially pomegranates manufacturer. Obviously, under the guise of Belarusian products to the territory of Russia is supplied banned products. And this is not an isolated case. The Rosselkhoznadzor informed the Belarusian service on plant quarantine banning the import from 29 December 2017 quarantine products with Belarusian enterprises FKH Brodok on the territory of Russia, and also asked to investigate these facts,» — said in the message.

Russia introduced an embargo on the supply of Turkey a number of products from 1 January 2016 in response to the attack on the Turkish air force Russian su-24 in Syria at the end of November 2015. In addition, the Rosselkhoznadzor in 2016 has imposed a ban on supplies to Russia of Turkish tomato, pepper, pomegranate, eggplant, lettuce and iceberg lettuce, zucchini and pumpkins.

In the fall of 2016 limits consistently starred. In particular, Russia since November 1, 2017 overturned a strict ban on the import of tomatoes from Turkey: although the limitations still remain, in November and December, the country was put on the Russian market 50 tons of tomatoes.