March 05, 2014 18:36
India receives right to supply egg powder to Customs Union
MOSCOW. March 5 (Interfax) - India has received the right to supply egg powder to the Customs Union.
Russian agriculture watchdog Rosselkhoznadzor said Egg Products Export Ltd, which produces egg powder, has been included in the register of suppliers of controlled products to the Customs Union.
The decision was taken on the basis of a safety guarantee given by the Indian Trade and Industry Ministry's export inspection council.
Russian-Indian veterinary relations are based on a cooperation agreement from 1999.
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