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MOSCOW, July 01. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia’s consumer safety watchdog, Rospotrebnadzor, continues exposing cases of deteriorating quality of Ukrainian goods exported to Russia, the head of the watchdog said on Tuesday.
“In line with the (quality) examination tests carried out last fall, all products from Ukraine have been graded as risky,” Anna Popova said at a news conference.
“We register a quality slump of (imported) products and are forced to state that the number of negative findings in regard to cheeses and other dairy products, as well as canned vegetables, keeps increasing,” she said.
Popova said that the watchdog is currently checking information concerning the imported Ukrainian goods in order to work out possible measures to tackle the problem.