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MOSCOW, May 18. /TASS/. Russia and North Korea initialed veterinary certificates for the export of Russian mutton, goat, beef, canned meat and sausages, Russian Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance said Monday.
The two countries have also approved certificates for animal feed, horses and pigs (bred and for use), poultry and hatchable eggs exports from Russia to North Korea
In addition, North Korea and Russia initialed the documents for the exports of Russian honey, dairy products, fish products, clams and shellfish, egg powder, melange and albumen.
Russian has already been exporting small amounts of sausages, canned meat, live horses and dairy products to North Korea, according to the documents of the Russian Federal Customs Service. Moreover, Russia's exports to North Korea of these items decreased in 2014 by roughly 58% to $68,000 against 2013.