Russia issues new certificates for poultry imports

RUSSIA - New certificates for poultry imports to Russia would be issued free of charge, as previously, the chief of the Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Control, Sergei Dankvert, told Itar-Tass on Friday (Apr 28).
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Russia issues new certificates for poultry imports - RUSSIA - New certificates for poultry imports to Russia would be issued free of charge, as previously, the chief of the Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Control, Sergei Dankvert, told Itar-Tass on Friday (Apr 28). Take me to eFeedLink Since the service belongs to a state agency, there would be no charge for the issuance of permits regardless of whether they are veterinary or phytosanitary certificates, Dankvert said.

Russia cancelled all import certificates last week due to numerous cases of non-compliance with Russian veterinary legislation and use of counterfeit documents, Dankvert explained. New permits would be issued under a simplified scheme, he added.

To get a certificate, importers would submit a copy of a previous request on the basis of which the previous permit was issued.

However, the agency would conduct checks to verify the quantities of imported meat for individual organisations this time round, Dankvert added.

The service would strive to complete re-registration in two weeks, he said.

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