Russia blocks more EU products over avian flu

Russia has announced new restrictions on the import of poultry-related products from the EU, saying the measure is needed to guard against avian flu.

Most EU poultrymeat items are already excluded from the Russian marketunder a far-reaching embargo on Western farm goods, in place since August 2014. In a statement on Saturday (February 4) however, Russian authoritiessaid they are now banning a number

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