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Onishchenko delivered a battle against the georgian piggery2011-07-04 12:10
The most menacing weapon used by the Northern neighbour against Sakartvelo is vigilant Gennady Onishchenko. It was him to close the road to the Russian market for Georgian wine and the "Borjomi" mineral water, depriving Tbilisi of a serious economic support. And now the main sanitary inspector of Russia states that the African swine fever that spread over the Russian territory had come from Georgia. However, in Onishchenko's opinion, this does not look like a biological warfare. Just
a small filthy trick and nothing else.
Gennady Onishchenko who recently protected Russia from the import of fruit and vegetables infected with E.coli found an unusually accurate expression for the Georgian "digs" at Moscow. From the point of view of the main sanitary inspector of the RF, the Sakartvelo authorities miss forces for a big swing-up, so they have to content themselves with ordinary mean tricks.
The Head of the Federal Service for Supervision of Consumer Rights Protection and Human Welfare called the epidemy of African swine fever that flared up in the South of Russia and is going gradually deeper into the country, covering the North-Western and Central regions, an example of such a mean trick. Onishchenko is sure: the infection came from Georgia. Though the epidemy will not make a big tragedy as it is not dangerous for people, it may cause some annoying worries. The whole livestock population of the infected animals will have to be destroyed and it is forbidden to export grain from the regions the disease had come from.
"I am absolutely sure that this swine fever came to our country from Georgia", - says Gennady Onishchenko.
By itself it is not news and it has not been said for the first time. The African swine fever virus came to Russia in 2007-2008 through the Southern regions. The disease penetrated to North Ossetia, Ingushetia and Chechnya from the Georgian territory where it was already identified in 2006. Dmitry Kolbasov, Director of the National Research Institute of Veterinary Virology and Microbiology, the main specialist in African swine fever, has no doubts about the patria of the swine fever, either.