Agrarian Minister of Ukraine Mykola Prysiazhnyuk and head of the State veterinary and sanitary service Ivan Bisyuk believe that return inspection of imported Russian products is inexpedient, the officials told a briefing, ForUm correspondent reports.

"There are not so many Russian enterprises, which import food products in Ukraine. Mostly we have Russia wool for light industry, sea fish, leather and food for domestic animals. As for imported ice-cream, our specialists have already inspected those enterprises. Hence, I don't support the idea "eye for eye," Bisyuk noted.

In his turn Prysiazhnyuk declared that the competition on the world market is very tough, and every country has a right to set requirements and demands to the imported goods. "State requirements to the quality of imported goods are the right of this state as a consumer, and we must respect this right. The same concerns possible outbreak of cholera in Ukraine. First of all this is a problem of our country and our economy, an we must take into account warnings and remarks made by other states," the Minister said commenting on the statement by head of the Russian sanitary service Gennadiy Onishchenko on possible closure of the border due to cholera outbreak in Azov sea of Ukraine.

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