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Russian experts are starting for the Netherlands, late this week, to control flower exports to their country
The federal Agriculture Ministry confirmed the information today. "Specialists will monitor flower and certain other plant exports to Russia, starting February 15," a ministerial spokesman said to Novosti. The understanding came as fruit of prolonged negotiations, launched after Russia found bad pests in Dutch flowers and so banned their imports, June last. All Dutch plant imports were suspended, December, after California thrips-small but very injurious insects-were found on some. With the negotiators coming at a package of principled resolutions, Russia determined to resume imports, as of February 15. The arrangement concerns Dutch flowers and certain other plants. From now on, import produce will not qualify unless it has Russian-hologramed phyto-sanitary certificates, said our informant. As previous understandings have it, Dutch exports will be examined at particular checkpoints under Russian expert control. Flower, tobacco, cocoa bean, tea and soya checkpoints are opening, February 15. A similar arrangement starts for fruits and vegetables, March 1. Russia intends to introduce unified phyto-sanitary certification of plants imported from European Union countries, April 1. The new document will replace certificates drawn on a pattern Russia signed with particular EU countries. It will enhance import quality control and guarantee safe produce coming from the entire European Union, expects the ministry.
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