Croatian food exporters faced with Russian "nyet"

A decree signed by Russian President Vladimir Putin earlier this week in response to western sanctions has also hit seven Croatian companies.

Source: Tanjug

The decree bans, for one year, import of food products from countries that have imposed economic sanctions against Russian companies or individuals, or have joined such sanctions.

In Croatia, the companies that are affected sold beef, pork, fish, fruit, vegetables, and dairy to the Russian market, the Croatian website Tportal reported.

The list includes Cromaris, Ostrea, Podravka, PIK Vrbovec, Vindija, and Belje.

Another country affected by Russian counter-measures in the region is Montenegro.

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