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At a meeting with experts from the Russian Federation this Friday, Ukraine will request an opportunity to temporarily export Roshen products to the Russian market "under the strict monitoring of each lot", agrarian policy and food minister of Ukraine Mykola Prysiazhniuk told a briefing in the Cabinet of Ministers, ForUm correspondent reports.
“We have all the evidence of that the Roshen production meets the standards, both national and European, and I am confident that no matter what they say, it also meets the standards of the Russian Federation. So I want to invite Russian experts to Ukraine to inspect the Roshen factories,” he said.
The minister also noted that talks will begin on Friday at 11:00 a.m. Moscow time. "We will address the Russian party with the specific arguments and constructive dialogue, as we believe that all the claims to Roshen products are groundless. If they doubt, let the Russian experts come to Ukraine to monitor and test our businesses, make comments. If they find them, then we'll talk in a different way," he said.