About 20 tons of powdered milk from Kyrgyzstan were held off on the Russian border (Novosibirsk region). Komsomolskaya Pravda reported.
According to it, during the check it was revealed that the international certificate of the Eurasian Economic Union contains no information on the date of production and transportation conditions.
"The transport packaging (sacks) had marking that does not meet the requirements of technical regulations of the Customs Union," the regional department of Rosselkhoznadzor reported.
As a result, the powdered milk was returned back.