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Supplies of corn and rice to China from all over the Russian Federation may begin in 2023

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Published Oct 6, 2023

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Russia may abolish regionalization for the supply of corn and rice to China by the end of 2023, according to the head of Russia's internal phytosanitary department. This would allow corn and rice to be supplied from the entire territory of Russia rather than just specific regions. Additionally, Russia is working towards exporting winter wheat and barley to China and has already seen increased exports of barley, corn, flax seeds, and grain legumes to various countries.
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The abolition of regionalization for the supply of corn and rice from Russia to China may occur before the end of 2023, the press service of Rosselkhoznadzor reported, citing Olga Zakharova, head of the department of internal phytosanitary and land supervision, quality control and grain safety of the department. As the press service of Rosselkhoznadzor explained to TASS, the abolition of regionalization will mean allowing the supply of corn and rice from the entire territory of Russia, and not just from its individual regions. “Now Rosselkhoznadzor is actively working to cancel regionalization for the supply of corn and rice to China, which could happen before the end of 2023,” the report says. In addition, the issue of admitting rye flour, semolina, bran, edible soybean meal, mung beans, beans and other products is being considered. At the same time, the main efforts are aimed at obtaining the opportunity to export winter wheat and barley to China, the department reports. ...
Source: Kvedomosti
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