Ireland - Russia lifts ban on imports of Irish pigmeat

The Russian Federation has agreed to allow Irish pork imports again 14 months after they were banned because of the dioxin crisis.
Wednesday 27 January 2010 (8 years 3 months 26 days ago)
The Russian Federation has agreed to allow Irish pork imports again 14 months after they were banned because of the dioxin crisis.

Russia said it would reopen its market for pigmeat produced from February 1st. The announcement was made yesterday by Minister for Agriculture and Food Brendan Smith, who said this resulted from intensive work by his department, An Bord Bia and the Irish Embassy in Moscow. He said it represented clear recognition by the Russian Federation of the integrity of Ireland’s food safety controls.

http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/ireland/2010/0127/1224263210586.html

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