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The mayor of the Stavropol Krai, Vladimir Vladimirov, said in a press release that in 2015 the amount of state support for the regional Agro-Industrial Complex will increase by 85.7 percent as part of the new strategic plan to increase import substitution, according to a report by Interfax-Yug.
The customs duties were active starting August 30 on Moldovan imported goods. This measure came under the framework of a resolution signed by Russia's Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
According to a report by ITAR-TASS, quoting Kaliningrad's Head of Economic Development Vladimir Kuzin, that the region has already found new suppliers to replace the those whose products were banned by Russia's sanctions.
According to a press release issued by the Russian Federation's press agency, and later covered by the information news agency REGNUM, at a meeting concerning the agriculture sphere in the Kursk Oblast, the country's Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev outlined three necessary directions for the continued development of the agricultural sector.
According to an announcement released by Sergey Dankvert, Head of the Ministry of Agriculture, during a meeting with Elias Tanase, Minister Plenipotentiary-advisor and head of the Trade and Economic Sections of the embassy of Greece, the Mediterranean country could receive help returning to the Russian market as a supplier if sanctions are lifted.
The head of the Association of International Carriers already sent the appropriate request to Russia's President VLADIMIR PUTIN to request steps be taken to aid Turkey in facilitating shipments of manufactured goods to the country's market.
The task of bringing various high-quality food and other goods to Russia from China, Kazakhstan and Tajikistan is in need of a logistics center to bring the needed goods en-route. The Kurgan Oblast, located in Southern Russia, as was discussed at a meeting between VLADIMIR PUTIN and Acting Governor of the Kurgan Oblast Alexey Kokorin, could make for the ideal location of such a logistics-center endeavor.
The decision was made during the implementation of a program to find replacement supplies of banned import products of both Vegetables and Fruit from the countries of the European Union, Norway, US, Canada and Australia. Acting on the opinion of specialists, Azerbaijan is said to have great potential to increase shipments to the Russian market.
Sergey Avdeev, acting head of Novosibirsk customs, said during a conference that the African country of Kenya, which has not previously supplied Fruit or Vegetables to the Russian region, will soon supply products to the region's grocery outlets.
According to Interfax, quoting Vladimir Posazhennikova, minister for consumer market and services of the Moscow Oblast, said that by the end of this month, officials of Moscow Region government will have to make proposals on technical regulations intended for food production.