China and Russia complain about Brazilian meat and soy exports

Moscow has complained about glyphosate levels in grain, while Beijing reported records of coronavirus in meat packages. Brazil's agriculture ministry said that such issues are routinely dealt with in the commercial relationship between countries.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In telegrams to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Brazilian embassies in China and Russia have reported issues involving the country's exported foods. According to diplomats, authorities in both countries are demanding solutions and there are complaints about "lack of control" in relation to Brazilian products.

Moscow, for example, alerted to the rate of pesticides above the permitted limit. In 2020 alone, the complaint involved more than 300,000 tons of soy.

In turn, the mission in Beijing reported at least six records of the Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?