Ukrainian food safety service allowed imports of Poland's beef
The State Service of Ukraine for Food Safety and Consumers' Protection has allowed imports of beef from Poland.
According to a report on the agency's page on Facebook, in late April a working meeting was held between the representatives of the service and the Chief Veterinary Inspectorate of Poland.
During the meeting, the parties signed a veterinary certificate for imports of beef (excluding mechanically separated meat) from Poland to Ukraine.
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In addition, the parties discussed current cooperation between the two countries within the framework of the epizootic situation as for African swine fever and rabies, as well as the results of the program to combat rabies in Ukraine, which is funded by the European Union.