The import of poultry meat, beef and vegetables, which are used for the production of baby food, is now allowed.
The Russian government removed poultry meat, beef and vegetables, which are used for the production of baby food, from the list of banned products.
A document with the relevant decree was posted on the official Russian legal information website, Belsat informs.
Russian Ministry of Agriculture was instructed to develop a procedure for confirming the purpose of the imported goods.
Let us recall that previously, almost immediately after the announcement of the G7 plans to extend sanctions against Russia, Dmitry Medvedev announced about Russia’s intention to extend the food embargo until 2017. For nearly two years, distributors and retailers have adapted to the new conditions and do not expect any changes in their work due to sanctions.