The CPS allowed the supply of 20 types of Moldovan wines to Russia
MOSCOW, may 10 — RIA Novosti. The CPS allowed deliveries to Russia of 20 types of products of Moldovan wine-making enterprise “Cricova”, reported on the Agency’s website on Wednesday.
Rospotrebnadzor experts completed the examination of the submitted documentation and laboratory studies of samples of wine products of the plant for the production of wines “Cricova” (SA “CRICOVA”, Moldova).
“The results issued a positive opinion on presented 20 types of wine products. Plant for the production of wines “Cricova” (SA “CRICOVA”) allowed export of the mentioned products to the Russian Federation”, — stated in the message.
The Ministry clarified the mode of deliveries to Russia of wines “Cricova” (SA “CRICOVA”) will be carried out as before in the single window mode.
Moldova in June 2014 was signed with the EU an Association agreement and comprehensive free trade area. After the ratification of this agreement by the Moldovan Parliament relations between Moscow and Chisinau deteriorated. By Convention, Moldova should fully open its market to European goods.
Russia, fearing that Moldova will receive the re-export of goods from the EU, imposed import duties on imports of certain Moldovan products, moving from a free trade regime to a most favored.
The President of Moldova Igor Dodon has entered a post of the head of state on December 23. According to his election program, he intends to restore the strategic partnership with Russia, the return of Moldovan products to the Russian market and to normalize the cooperation in the energy sector.