According to her, the introduction of such a ban “may create additional conditions for illegal trafficking” of goods banned for import, including those representing a danger in connection with violation of import rules.
As noted, we are talking about the absence or inaccuracy of documents confirming the origin, veterinary and phytosanitary certificates, as well as marking.
Loot recalled that “special economic measures are temporary,” and specific actions under these measures may change in accordance with the “developing external economic and political situation.”
In this regard, the agency "in relation to the import prohibited products adheres to the position to destroy such products."
In mid-June, Rospotrebnadzor proposed a ban on the destruction of usable products.
The Rosselkhoznadzor called the idea unworked and unfounded.
In July, the government also opposed the destruction of seized food. As the Kremlin noted, proposals to abandon the destruction of sanctions products are in the nature of expert discussion.