Russia can export up to 70 million tons of grain in 2024, according to the Ministry of Agriculture

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Published Feb 21, 2024

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Dmitry Patrushev, the Russian Minister of Agriculture, has projected that Russia's grain exports could reach up to 70 million tons by the end of 2024, up from over 65 million tons in the previous year. The sown area for 2024 has been expanded by 300 thousand hectares, bringing the total to 84.5 million hectares. Patrushev also confirmed that Russian farmers have all the necessary resources for spring field work.
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Russian grain exports by the end of 2024 could reach up to 70 million tons. This was announced by Russian Minister of Agriculture Dmitry Patrushev at a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. “We expect that in 2024 exports will be no less than in 2023, including grain we plan to supply up to 70 million tons abroad this year,” Patrushev said. “In general, the sown area in 2024 has been increased by 300 thousand hectares, and we should reach a figure of 84.5 million hectares. This will be our sown area at the end of the year,” the minister added. He also said that Russian farmers are provided with all the necessary means of production for spring field work. “We plan that our sowing campaign should ...
Source: Kvedomosti
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