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Russia experts detected a range of pesticides in the samples of Georgian and Moldovan wines
Russia experts detected a range of pesticides in the samples of Georgian and Moldovan wines which were banned back in the 1970s, an official at the Rospotrebnadzor Federal Service for Consumer Protection and Human Welfare told Itar-Tass on Thursday. "Pesticides, including those classified as global environmental pollutants /stable organic pollutants/ have been found in 24 analyzed samples of Moldovan products and 16 samples of Georgian wines," Rospotrebnadzor said. Among the identified dangerous substances were DDT, aldrin, and geptachlor. In all, Russia sampled 2,650 alcoholic beverages. On April 4, Rospotrebnadzor head Gennady Onishchenko "offered director of the Federal Customs Service Alexander Zherikhov to adopt all the measures envisioned by the Russian legislation to prevent the imports of brandy and wines from Moldova and Georgia into Russia." The ban also applies to the wine and brandy produced in the Dniester region, Rospotrebnadzor told Tass.
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