Belarus sees no grounds to ban Roshen chocolate
Belarus sees no grounds to ban products of the Ukrainian company Roshen.
Chief State Sanitary Doctor, Deputy Healthcare Minister of Belarus Igor Gayevsky has said about this in comments to Komsomolska Pravda in Belarus.
“Currently, by results of supervisory activities of sanitary-epidemiological service bodies and establishments, the Ministry has no grounds to impose restricting measures against products of the Ukrainian firm Roshen,” he said.
At the same time, he added that in case the facts are revealed of the Ukrainian confectionary non-compliance with the set security requirements exhaustive measures will be taken in compliance with applicable law.
Adapted from ukrinform
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