Russia extends restrictions on rice exports from the country 17:57

The Russian government has extended the temporary restriction on the export of rice and rice grains. This is what it says Telegram channel Cabinet

“The restriction will be valid until December 31, 2024. The statement stated that the decision was taken in order to maintain stability in the domestic food market.

Kamin added that the ban on the export of rice and rice grains has a number of exceptions. In particular, it will not apply to supplies of products to the member states of the Eurasian Economic Union.

The restrictions will not affect Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Rice and rice grains can also be sent abroad for humanitarian purposes and as part of international transit transportation.

In May, the Russian government already elongated ban on rice exports. It was reported that cultural production volumes had not reached levels that would allow us to “calm down in the domestic market.”

In contrast, in the European Union approved Imposition of prohibitive duties on grain from Russia and Belarus.

Previously Russia guess Record in grain sales abroad.

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Source: Gazeta

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