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Russia and the European Union hope to coordinate mutually beneficial regulations in the sphere of livestock trade
Russia and the European Union hope to coordinate mutually beneficial regulations in the sphere of livestock trade, Alexander Zharov, press secretary of the Russian premier, told journalists commenting on the recent telephone conversation between Mikhail Fradkov and President of the European Commission Romano Prodi. According to Mr. Zharov, they discussed the improvement of veterinary rules of Russia-EU livestock, particularly Russia's introduction of a single European veterinary certificate for EU exports. "The agreement has been reached to continue such dialogue between the corresponding Russian and EU agencies in a bid to come to a mutually beneficial decision as soon as possible", Alexander Zharov said. On May 1 the Russian Agricultural Ministry introduced single veterinary certificates for meat imports from EU countries. Since the EU did not approve them by that time, Russia has unilaterally imposed them, automatically canceling those in existence for each country. Thus, European meat imports have been banned.
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