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If African swine fever keeps spreading, fodder exports through Riga Port will be threatened

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Already in 2014 the Food and Veterinary Service was tasked with providing guarantees to third countries that despite the presence of African swine fever in Latvia, fodder exports through Riga Port will continue along the same lines, however, due to the spread of the disease this year, the said exports may be threatened, the Food and Veterinary Service Director Maris Balodis told LETA.

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