Flour sent by UNO for Chechen refugees is even worse that fodder

The unloading of 42 good wagons with flour for Chechen refugees is carried on in Northern Ossetia. “ITAR-TASS” reports that the wagons arrived in Vladikavkaz November 4. After six wagons had been unloaded the examination in lavatory of grain patrol was made. As it turned out, iron content is six times as much as the acceptable regulations, and the very flour is full of mould. The unloading stopped after this conclusion was made. But at the present moment the flour is being unloaded again. UNO experts interested in its quality only after Russia’s officials had expressed dissatisfaction. UNO sent a group of independent experts to the Northern Ossetia in order to the estimate of the product. We wonder if they will agree with their Russian colleagues. Or maybe the mould is regarded as a useful food addition in the West?