Belarus will increase deliveries of products in Russia by 8%

03.03.2017

This year Belarus intends to increase the supply of food products to the Russian market of 8%, said Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Michael brown

Michael brown did not name the exact list of the products, but said that it would be "the most popular on the Russian market". In January of next year, according to him, a possible increase by 15%.

Also, the official said that he agreed with the Russian Minister of agriculture Alexander Tkachev and Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich about the bilateral meeting of the Board on agriculture. It will consider the removal of restrictions on Belarusian enterprises and the strengthening of exports with those for which the importation of food is not prohibited, and consistent supply volumes.

We will remind that the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko has asked to Institute criminal proceedings against the head of the Rosselkhoznadzor for "illegal blocking of food and violation of the interests of the state." The Russian Ministry said that the blocking of food is local and does not violate Russian and international law. Later, the Minister said that Russia "has closed too few businesses" and noted that a complete ban is not introduced, because Belarus – Union state.


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