Russia: Russia Extended Food Import Ban through End 2020

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On June 24, 2019, President Putin signed decree No. 293 extending Russia’s ban on the import of agricultural products from the countries that applied economic sanctions against Russia, including the United States, until the end of 2020. The Government issued decree No. 806 of June 25, 2019, implementing the decree of the President without any changes to the lists of covered countries or products. This report contains an unofficial English translation of both documents, as well as Russia’s food import ban, listing the countries and products covered, as it currently stands.

Russia: Russia Extended Food Import Ban through End 2020

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