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Parliamentary questions
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30 June 2015
Question for written answer P-010543-15
to the Commission
Rule 130
Francesc Gambús (PPE)

 Subject:  Preventive measures for the Russian embargo
 Answer in writing 
In its answer to Question E-006104/2015 the Commission said that if the Russian ban were to be extended, the situation would be assessed in the light of market developments. Following the announcement by the Council of EU Foreign Ministers that sanctions against Russia would be extended, the Russian Government's spokesperson announced that ‘our policy in the sanctions dialogue is based on the principle of reciprocity’, which makes it likely that the ban on fresh produce from the EU will be extended. Bearing in mind that the regulations on extraordinary measures expire on 30 June, I would like to know:
Will the Commission extend the exceptional measures beyond 30 June 2015 so that EU farmers' summer season will not be affected once again?
What programmes is the Commission preparing in anticipation of the Russian ban being extended so that measures do not arrive late, as happened with Regulation No 913/2014 which was published at the end of the stone fruit season?
Will the Commission apply market withdrawal quotas that correspond to the size of the problem, calculated in proportion to each Member State's exports and production?
Original language of question: ES 
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