Austria Rosselkhoznadzor asked to inspect the enterprises interested in exporting animal products to the Russian Federation, to start the supply of the goods in case of cancellation of the food embargo, it said in a statement after the talks Rosselkhoznadzor Deputy Eugene Nepoklonov service with Austrian commercial counselor Dietmar Fellner.
"Fellner noted the importance of the export of animal products to the economy of Austria, in connection with which he turned to the Rosselkhoznadzor with a request to carry out an inspection of enterprises interested in supplying products to the Russian market in order to approved companies were able to start exporting to Russia immediately after the lifting of sanctions" , - said in a statement.
Last inspection service of Austrian companies was conducted in February 2014 years and, by the assurance of trading advisor, then identified defects have been remedied. "Dietmar Fellner Nepoklonov assured that when Rosselkhoznadzor will get a detailed report on the rectification of identified shortcomings during the inspection, will decide on the feasibility of a new round of tests", - stated in a release.
The deputy head of the Rosselkhoznadzor said non-constructive position of the European Commission, negatively related to the signing of bilateral agreements between Russia and individual EU countries to ensure the safety of the supply of products, supervised by the state veterinary service. "This attitude has led to a complete cessation of deliveries to Russia of pork production simultaneously from all the EU countries," - the service.
Commenting on the possibility of supply in the RF plants from Austria, Nepoklonov explained that deliveries are possible after checking every consignment of Rosselkhoznadzor experts on phytosanitary security.
Russia in August 2014 year to limit imports of food products from countries that have imposed sanctions against it - the US, EU countries, Canada, Australia and Norway. Under the ban were meat, sausages, fish and seafood, vegetables, fruits, dairy products. In June 2015, in response to the extension of sanctions Russia prolonged the grocery embargo on year.