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The Russian Federal Veterinary and Phytosanitary Supervision Service reported on February 25:Since the beginning of 2021, the branch offices of the Novgorod and Vologda Veterinary Plants Bureau of Russia have been exporting to China 200 tons of fresh frozen blueberries are subject to phytosanitary control, and product samples are inspected to determine whether they contain quarantine pests.
Upon inspection, no harmful organisms were detected in all samples. The Russian competent authority issued 2 phytosanitary certificates for products that meet the phytosanitary requirements of the importing country.
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