MOSCOW, Jun. 25 (Saba) - Russian President Vladimir Putin has confirmed his country's willingness to export cereals to global markets. Accusing Western countries of artificially inflating the supply problem.
In his video address at the BRICS + meeting on "Strengthening partnerships for global development in a new era", the Russian President said that Russia would be able to supply approximately 50 million tons of grain to global markets.
"We expect a bumper crop, God willing, everything will be fine, and we will probably be able to supply 50 million tons of grain to global markets this year."
The Russian President also affirmed his country's readiness to "conscientiously fulfil all its contractual obligations" not only in grain crops, but also in the areas of fertilizer, agricultural products, energy resources and other "important products".
resource : SABA
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