In Smolensk region the Rosselkhoznadzor
Directorate returned to Belarusian consignors more than 33 tons of animal products transported with violations of veterinary requirements.
Thus, on February 2 this year in the FPU "Krasnaya Gorka" the Rosselkhoznadzor Directorate in the Bryansk and Smolensk regions prohibited the import into the Russian Federation of two lots of animal products with a total weight of more than 33 tons.
In particular, during the control of 20 tons of poultry meat, the producer and sender of which was OAO Komarovka, the poultry farm Dubravsky broiler, Brest region, veterinary inspectors of the service found that the chilled products were transported in broken transport packaging.
At the same time, the label on the boxes didn't contain the lot number, and the group package didn't have any marking at all. These circumstances do not exclude re-packaging of goods, including for the purpose of supplying the Russian market with products from companies that are subject to restrictions.
This cargo was sent to the consignee from Moscow and was accompanied by veterinary certificates issued by the Belarusian State Veterinary Service, which were to guarantee compliance with all applicable requirements.
In addition, violations of the packaging integrity were also detected during the control of 13.7 tonnes of milk and dairy products manufactured and shipped by Zdravushka Milk, Minsk Region, Borisov. This cargo was sent to the recipients from Podolsk, Korolyov and Vladimir region.
In connection with the revealed violations, the said cargoes were returned to the senders in the order established by the legislation.