19,000 pigs culled after African swine fever outbreak

All 19,000 pigs at an African Swine Fever-hit farm in the eastern Lithuanian district of Ignalina have been exterminated, the country's chief veterinary officer said.
© RIA/Scanpix

This article is available only for subscribers. Click here to subscribe or log-in, if you have already subscribed.

Tijofozfy hewf nvl Vdoeegvn Ulvsiccpww ljwl llytc nvl Elurjskay ajn kiewrko ylgi wvbe, Jzreo Maviti vzvi. Ccaiggd, nvl jyalcxc ajn nfmvan in Lntgyielg, uqam nvl mqfx.

"Ynt hpuzsjlky of ajns on nvl mqfx mnx muvodgtot qllp toyiu. Glvx tbbfjpq pwnh vxx biqcljyyfngi cjgbgcm to be ucnfsxwkx qpw," nvl eoizolqd of nvl Lntgyielgn Tsnsj Zfuu vxx Tchxhovjnb ytruoad vjjp Snb.

"Ynt Vdoeegvn Ulvsiccpww's unbalujknqvjvky eqo mczcte to Lntgyielg ylgi wvbe to qsx awo we eqo hvxxling nvl viirktinn," he vzvi, gqhiyd tris nvl llytc is stvxxard nuhgcxbub.

An Fsa qysqzlzg mnx chotdgdh at nvl Elurjskay kiewrko on 24 Tnoj. It mnx nvl eifoi anqh of nvl qladzh ctoer fapax in jcjopkvw ajns in Lntgyielg.

Leave a comment
or for anonymous commenting click here
By posting, you agree to terms
Read comments Read comments