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The European Commission and Russian phytosanitary experts will meet on 11 January in Brussels to hold technical discussions on problems regarding trade in plant products. Russia's Agriculture Minister Alexey Gordeyev upheld, in December, Moscow's reservations about the quality of EU plant products exported to Russia. Moscow says that EU member states' plant products contain high levels of pesticides and fertilisers. It is also complaining about the lack of security in certification. The meeting will also be attended by Polish experts. Moscow has continued to uphold a...

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