From September 6 to September 13, 2022, inspectors of the Office of the Rosselkhoznadzor for the Altai Territory and the Republic of Altai in the border areas on the Russian-Kazakhstan section of the State Border of the Russian Federation inspected 106 vehicles or 1,773 tons of regulated products with a high phytosanitary risk.
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Six cases of violation of phytosanitary legislation were revealed when importing 122 tons of regulated products from Kazakhstan.
In the Rubtsovsky district of the Altai Territory, the import of 20 tons of watermelons is not allowed. There were no phytosanitary certificates for the products certifying their safety.
This is a gross violation of the procedure for importing regulated products into the territory of the Russian Federation, as well as the legislation of the Eurasian Economic Union.
In the Kulundinsky and Tretyakovsky districts of the Altai Territory, the import of 60 tons of onions, 20 tons of melon and 22 tons of dried fruits is not allowed.
The products were imported accompanied by invalid phytosanitary certificates containing information that did not correspond to the shipping documents, as well as unreliable information about the consignees of regulated products and places of unloading.
The import of regulated products that did not meet the requirements of phytosanitary legislation was prohibited, the goods were returned to the senders.
The perpetrators were brought to administrative responsibility under Article 10.2 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation.
The rest of the products are recognized as complying with the requirements of phytosanitary legislation and released into circulation.
Since the beginning of 2022, inspectors of the Office of the Rosselkhoznadzor for the Altai Territory and the Republic of Altai in the border areas on the Russian-Kazakhstan section of the State Border of the Russian Federation have inspected 1,765 vehicles or 28,654 tons and 790,000 thousand pieces (seedlings and flower cuts) of regulated products with a high phytosanitary risk.
About 650 tons imported with violations of phytosanitary legislation have been identified. ■