The canadian Agency for food inspection took off on Friday, July 14, a ban on the sale and import of wines from Judea and Samaria. The Agency explained that the introduction of the ban, it did not duly take into account the free trade agreement with Israel, reports the website Nana10.
Thus, the Agency permits the companies producing wine in Judea and Samaria, to place their products on the label «Made in Israel».
A ban on the sale of wines from Judea and Samaria were introduced three days ago. It applies, in particular, wines from the vineyards of psagot and Shiloh, located «in the occupied West Bank».
The official has said that the government of Canada does not recognize Israeli sovereignty over the territories occupied in 1967, including the West Bank, East Jerusalem and the Golan heights.