Rosselkhoznadzor asked the Armenian veterinary service to suspend the supply of dairy products to Russia.
Russia argues that Armenia cannot “guarantee the safety of its dairy products for Russian recipients.” The department referred to the results of the audit conducted on March 20-24. Then it turned out that Armenian producers “allow the use of raw materials from Iranian enterprises that do not have the right to supply Russia.”
The food safety inspection body of Armenia stated that the raw materials are safe and products from it are also sold on the domestic market of the country.
Rosselkhoznadzor published the results of the inspection on March 28, a few days after the Constitutional Court of Armenia recognized the obligations established by the International Criminal Court (ICC). According to them, Russian President Vladimir Putin will have to be arrested on an ICC warrant if he arrives in the country. Moscow called such a step by Armenia “unacceptable” and threatened with consequences.
- The ICC issued a warrant for Putin’s arrest on March 17. The court suspects him of committing war crimes: forced deportations and displacement of the population, in particular children, from the occupied territories of Ukraine. Now Putin can be arrested in 123 countries that participate in the work of the court.
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