Moscow: Great progress has been made in Pak-Russia relations, Russia has lifted the ban on rice imports from Pakistan.
According to information released by the Press Information Department of Pakistan’s Ministry of Food, Russia has lifted a long-standing ban on access to Pakistani rice markets.
According to reports, Russia’s lifting of the ban on rice imports from Pakistan will take effect from today. Russia has decided to lift the ban on the DPP plant in the process of rice production by the Federal Ministry of National Food Security and Research. What happened after the implementation of the adoption quarantine division phytosanitary guidance document.
The DPP spokesman said that for the past one year, the Russian company had been in touch with the NPPOK to lift the ban on imports of Pakistani rice, provided the Russian company with all the required technical information and full implementation of the Pakistan plant quarantine system. Was assured.A spokesman for the Ministry of Food Security said that the Russian company NPPO had initially approved four rice exporters, two from Karachi, one from Lahore and one from Chiniot. Institutions will ensure that the rice crop is protected from pests and other necessary measures are taken.
According to reports, the permission of others for rice units will be subject to virtual verification through the quarantine division of the DPP plant, praising the role of Federal Minister Syed Fakhr Imam on the remarkable success of rice farmers and industrialists.
It may be recalled that Pakistani rice was banned by Russia in 2018.