Lithuania is shortly to receive a response from Japan about whether the country will allow Lithuanian beef imports.
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Jonas Milius, the chief of the State Food and Veterinary Service, is meeting Japanese representatives in Berlin this week, he told LRT radio.

A Japanese delegation inspected Lithuanian beef processing plants and quality control last May.

Lithuania has been looking for new export markets for its food products after Russia introduced economic sanctions on European Union member states.

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