Officers of the Department of Phytosanitary, Grain and Seed Quality Surveillance of the Regional Office of FSVPS in the Republic of Tatarstan found 7 kg of berries without phytosanitary certificate during the examination of hand luggage and baggage of passengers arrived from Tashkent (Republic of Uzbekistan) at the Kazan International Airport.
All the production under quarantine was destroyed via burning in the airport’s utilization oven under supervision of the officers.
Specialists of the Department of Phytosanitary, Grain and Seed Quality Surveillance of the Regional Office of the FSVPS in the Republic of Tatarstan inspected 20 tons of millet grein of russian origin. This was done in response to a notification from OOO BAKALEYSHHIK of Vysokogorsky district.
AO Urbahsky kombinat is the consignor of the regulated production.
Officers of the State Veterinary Surveillance of the FSVPS in the Republic of Tatarstan conducted an unscheduled inspection of SHPK VAHITOVA which is located at 1a, Yanyl str., Kukmor district, the Republic of Tatarstan.
It was found that the entrepreneur violated veterinary legislation, during the inspection. The existing fencing did not provide prevention of penetration of wild animals on the territory of economy, the disinfecting barrier was absent at an entrance, disinfection mats for disinfection of footwear were absent at an entrance to livestock rooms.
Officers of the department of State Veterinary Surveillance of the Regional Office of the Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance in the Republic of Tatarstan regularly check vehicles transporting regulated products.
A vehicle which transported transported 5 units of cattle with accompanying veterinary documents was inspected at the checkpoint GIBDD MVD on RT Malinovka.
The cows were transported from Arsk district of the Republic of Tatarstan to Chuvash Republic.
There were no violations of the veterinary legislation: Оrder of the Ministry of Agriculture of RF as of December, 27, 2016 No.589 and Law of RF No.4979-1 "On Veterinary Medicine".