F.Y.R.O.M./SLOVENIA: F.Y.O.R. Macedonia resumes import and sales of Slovenian milk
The Veterinary Inspectorate of the Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia is reported to have finished testing Slovenian milk and meat for the antibiotic chloramphenicol. Having found none of the antibiotic in the samples that it tested, the inspectorate has allowed sales of Slovenian milk and meat to resume. The inspectorate temporarily banned sales and imports of Slovenian milk and meat on suspicions that they might have contained chloramphenicol. Slovenia threatened to declare a trade war between the two countries if sales of its milk and meat were not resumed.
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