Syria signed a contract with Russia for the purchase of wheat
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Published Nov 8, 2023
Syria has signed a contract with Russia to buy 1.4 million tons of wheat, enough for a year of production, according to Syrian Minister of Agriculture Hassan Katana. The import process is going well, with a significant amount of wheat already received at Syrian ports. Katana hopes to further expand trade between Syria and Russia.
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Syria has concluded a contract to purchase about 1.4 million tons of wheat from Russia, Syrian Minister of Agriculture Hassan Katana told RIA Novosti. “Syria has entered into a contract with Russia to purchase approximately 1.4 million tons of wheat for the Grain Association (Syria - ed.). The imported quantity is enough for us to produce for the whole year,” Katana said. He noted that the import process is going smoothly. According to him, a ...