Since December 18, 2020, Russia has allowed imports of tomatoes and peppers from seven Uzbek enterprises, CentralAsia reports, citing the Rosselkhoznadzor’s press service.
Russia made this decision based on a survey of production facilities and analysis of greenhouses’ conditions in the Fergana region of Uzbekistan. At the same time, the ban on the import of tomatoes and peppers from the Navoi region continues due to the detection of the virus in the products and products from the Kashkadarya region of the republic.
The white list includes the following companies: LLC “Golden Tree” (Kushtepa district), Farm “Farhod Rancho” (city of Quvasoy), LLC “Fargona Zie Kuruvchi” (city Quvasoy), which export tomatoes, and Farm “New Wave” (Oltiarik district), LLC “Zhilokor Zamini “(Dangara district), LLC” Saodatli Dil Farovon “(Dangara district), LLC “Yuldashev Eldor “(Beshariq district), which grow peppers.
Earlier, the Rosselkhoznadzor announced a partial ban on importing tomatoes and peppers into the country from Armenia, particularly from the Armavir region. Almost simultaneously with this ban, Russia restricted the import of apples and tomatoes from Azerbaijan.
Vegetables from several regions of Uzbekistan, Armenia, and Turkey have come under restrictions due to the detection of tomato brown rugose fruit virus, tomato spotted wilt virus and Pepino mosaic virus.
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