Washington’s new strategy in Afghanistan aimed against China, expert saysWorld August 21, 18:43
Russia settles last part of Soviet debtBusiness & Economy August 21, 18:37
Man wearing suicide belt shot dead near Barcelona — mediaWorld August 21, 18:29
Soviet-era ground effect vehiclesMilitary & Defense August 21, 18:28
Man tries to hock someone else’s yacht at Moscow pawn shop for $252,000Society & Culture August 21, 18:27
Scientists from Russia's Tatarstan to present artificial skin at Army-2017 showMilitary & Defense August 21, 18:09
Russian scientists pinpoint gene mutations linked to cardiovascular diseasesScience & Space August 21, 18:03
Extension of Trans-Siberian railway to Vienna to cost 6.5 bln eurosBusiness & Economy August 21, 17:51
Russia's Taimyr Peninsula sees most wide-ranging military drill in its historyMilitary & Defense August 21, 17:12
MOSCOW, October 15. /TASS/. Russia’s consumer rights protection watchdog asked the Ukrainian veterinary service for proof to be presented by October 21 that food imported to Russia is of Ukrainian origin, and not re-exported from EU countries, the authority said in a statement Wednesday.
Director of the Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Control Sergey Dankvert said earlier that Russian regions bordering Ukraine have recently seen an abrupt growth in imports of apples, tomatoes, cucumbers, pears and plums passing across the border without identification marks, which might signify foreign origin of the imported products, he said.
In August, Russia banned imports of beef, pork, poultry, fish, cheese, dairy products, fruits and vegetables from Australia, Canada, Norway, the US and the EU for one year to retaliate Western sanctions.