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Parliamentary questions
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23 June 2015
E-005555/2015(ASW)
Joint answer given by Mr Hogan on behalf of the Commission
Written questions :E-005555/15 , E-005556/15
Question references: E-005555/2015, E-005556/2015

In the wake of the Russian import ban the Commission immediately reacted with a broad set of measures.

For an overview of the Commission response and an update on market and export developments please see: http://ec.europa.eu/agriculture/russian-import-ban/index_en.htm

Based on notifications from Member States until end May 2015 on the uptake of market measures for the fruit and vegetables sector (i.e. withdrawal, non‐ and green-harvesting, promotion), as well as the envelopes granted to the Baltic Member States and Finland to support their milk producers, the overall financial cost for the EU budget is currently estimated at EUR 178.8 million.

The costs of private storage aid for butter and skimmed milk powder can only be estimated once detailed information becomes available regarding the contracted quantities and the duration of storage. However, an overview on the uptake of the dairy support measures at Member State level can be found on the website of the Milk Market Observatory: http://ec.europa.eu/agriculture/milk-market-observatory/pdf/eu-stocks-butter-smp_en.pdf

An overview of the income losses related to the Russian Embargo at Member State level is not available.

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