Estonia lifts ban on Lithuanian pork imports

After four days when the country's borders were closed to Lithuanian pork products, Estonia's Veterinary and Food Board lifted the ban and established a buffer zone in southern counties as fears of African swine fever, an agricultural disease, spread, informs.
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