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Azerbaijan and Russia to discuss tomato supply issue

Christian Fernsby |
The Russian Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance initiated negotiations with Azerbaijan’s Food Safety Agency on January 26, according to the service.

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The parties will discuss the situation related to the supply of tomatoes from Azerbaijan to Russia.

Earlier the federal service has revealed new cases of detecting tomato moth, which is a quarantine object for the Eurasian Economic Union’s member states.

The pest was detected on products of 5 Azerbaijani enterprises, supplies of which to Russia were allowed on the basis of the conducted phytosanitary monitoring results.

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