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The Russian Federal Veterinary and Phytosanitary Supervision Service reported on February 8:On February 8, 2021, the Bureau held a meeting in Vladivostok for the Far East Fisheries Basin. At the Product Export Work Conference, participants reviewed and discussed the problems faced by fish exporters to China and their solutions.
The Deputy Director of the Russian Federal Veterinary Plant Bureau asked relevant parties to formulate more rigorous methods at the meeting to better detect the new crown virus of ships and crews exported to the Asia-Pacific region, including China, to prevent it from causing infection.
At present, as China’s requirements for certified Russian companies and ships exporting to China are becoming stricter, and most ports prohibit the import of frozen fish products, resulting in excess stock of fish products in Russia, the Russian Bureau of Veterinary Plants officially requires participation Staff develop new export markets for fish products.
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