Rosselkhoznadzor imposes restrictive measures against five enterprises of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Since June 2018, the Committee for Veterinary Control and Supervision of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Kazakhstan has imposed restrictions on a number of Russian enterprises based on the primary detection of food inconsistencies. This directly contradicts the Regulation on inspections of facilities and sampling of goods (products) subject to veterinary control (supervision), approved by the Decision of the Eurasian Economic Commission No. 94 dated October 09, 2014.

At the same time, there was a systematic failure of the Committee to provide the Rosselkhoznadzor with the materials necessary for conducting investigations into cases of release into circulation in the territory of the EAEU products in violation of established requirements. Kazakhstan also did not send answers to the appeals of the Rosselkhoznadzor on these issues, including the issue of lifting restrictions on Russian enterprises.

For today, the temporary restrictions imposed by the Republic of Kazakhstan on the supply of products from a number of Russian enterprises have not been canceled.

In this regard, the Rosselkhoznadzor is forced to introduce mirror measures and from July 15, 2019 imposes temporary restrictions on supplies to the Russian Federation of products produced by enterprises of the Republic of Kazakhstan:

  • Ust-Kamenogorsk Poultry Plant JSC (single detection of tetracycline antibiotics, Salmonella);
  • ADM Investment LLP (single identification of KMAFAnM, pathogenic microorganisms, including Salmonella);
  • Ordabasy-Kus LLP (single detection of pathogenic microorganisms, including Salmonella, enrofloxacin);
  • Paris Commune XX1 LLP (single detection of Listeria monocytogenes);
  • NPP Kazakh Osseter LLP (single detection of arsenic).

Source: Press Service of the Rosselkhoznadzor