A team of the Russian Federal Service for Veterinarian and Phytosanitary Surveillance has come for an inspection in Moldova.
For a period of ten days, the Russian specialists will check the nursery gardens and orchards from the country.
They will take samples in order to establish if Moldovan fruits are inoffensive.
The experts will be accompanied by representatives of the National Agency for Food Insurance.
According to the Agency, the nursery gardens were inspected by Russian experts seven years ago.
Russian authorities have banned the import of Moldovan fruits in summer 2014.
After these fines, were registered dramatic drops of exports on this market.
Previously, the representatives of Rosselhoznadzor have inspected Gagauzia and Transnistria.
As a result, many companies registered in these regions have avoided sanctions.
Thereby, the exports in Russia have come back partially.