Milk Scandal: Possibility of Drug Coming from Croatia not Excluded

Ljubljana, 20 November - Following speculations in some Slovenian media reports that the banned antibiotic Chloramphenicol, which has been discovered in several milk samples, could have found its way into Slovenian milk from Croatia, director of the Slovenian Veterinary Administration (VURS) Zoran Kovac could not exclude this possibility.

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