agriculture in Russia

Turkish delegation to discuss grain export from Ukraine in Russia

Turkish delegation to discuss grain export from Ukraine in Russia

A Turkish national defense ministry delegation will go to Russia later this week to discuss the issue of creating a safe corridor for the export of agricultural produce from Ukraine, the A Haber TV channel said on Tuesday citing a source in the …

Kremlin: world on the verge of major food crisis

Kremlin: world on the verge of major food crisis

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Wednesday the world could be on the verge of a major food crisis, blaming "illegal restrictions" imposed on Russia by Western countries and decisions by Ukrainian authorities. …

U.S. can offer 'comfort letters' to help Russia grain exports

U.S. can offer 'comfort letters' to help Russia grain exports

The United States is prepared to give "comfort letters" to shipping and insurance companies to help facilitate exports of Russian grain and fertilizer, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, said on Tuesday. …

Russia to suspend grain exports to Eurasian Economic Union

Russia to suspend grain exports to Eurasian Economic Union

Russia will suspend exports of wheat, meslin, rye, barley and corn to the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) until Aug 31 in a move to secure its home market with enough food, the economy ministry said. Russia will also ban sugar exports to …

Iran and Russia to hold joint agricultural working group

Iran and Russia to hold joint agricultural working group

Iran and Russia will hold a joint working group in the field of agriculture, Iran's Deputy Ministry of Agriculture for Horticultural Affairs said Mohammad Mehdi Boroumandi said. Iranian and Russian ministries of agriculture …

Crimea to support Syria with wheat

Crimea to support Syria with wheat

The farmers of Crimea will supply Syria with up to 2 million tons of wheat annually, the head of the Crimea, Sergey Aksenov, told the journalists. According to him, the leaders of the republics signed a number of cooperation …

Russian President thanks Europe for sanctions

Russian President thanks Europe for sanctions

Russian President Vladimir Putin thanked Europe for the sanctions imposed on Russia, in particular in agriculture, and underscored the positive effect for the country from the introduced countermeasures and import substitution. …

Russia’s agroexport may reach $30 bln in 2021

Russia’s agroexport may reach $30 bln in 2021

The volume of Russian agricultural exports by the end of 2021 could reach $ 30 bln, Deputy Prime Minister Victoria Abramchenko said. "I hope this level will be met — at the level of $30 bln," TASS cited her as …

World faces shortage of Russian wheat

World faces shortage of Russian wheat

The world risks being cut off from Russian wheat at a time when some key buyers are rushing to import it, Bloomberg reported. The Russian government introduced a 7 million tonne non-tariff quota on exports of wheat, rye, barley, and …

Kremlin: Russia never initiates sanctions 

Kremlin: Russia never initiates sanctions 

Russia was not the initiator of the sanctions exchange, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said. According to him, this counter-sanctions is a necessary measure. "Every cloud has a silver lining, so …