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The Russian Federal Veterinary Plant Bureau reported on February 5:The officials of the St. Petersburg, Leningrad and Pskov Oblast sub-bureaus under the bureau were in a fruit and vegetable base in St. Petersburg. During the surprise inspection, a batch of Belgian pears (512 kg) that were prohibited from being imported into the Russian Federation were seized.
It is reported that the above fresh pear lacks transportation documents. The label shows that the product is planned to be sold in the Republic of Belarus.
At present, the above illegal products have been mechanically destroyed in the Leningrad region.
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