Syria signs a contract with Russia to buy wheat

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Published Nov 8, 2023

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Syria has signed a contract to buy 1.4 million tons of wheat from Russia, enough to meet their production needs for the entire year, according to Syrian Agriculture Minister Hassan Qatana. The import process is progressing well, with a significant amount of wheat already arriving at Syrian ports. Qatana also expressed interest in expanding trade between the two countries.
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Syria has concluded a contract to purchase about 1.4 million tons of wheat from Russia, Syrian Agriculture Minister Hassan Qatana said. “Syria has concluded a contract with Russia to purchase approximately 1.4 million tons of wheat for the Grain Association (of Syria – ed.). The imported quantity is enough for our production for the whole year,” Qatana said. He noted that the import process is going smoothly. According to him, a large amount of wheat has already arrived at Syrian ports. “We are now trying ...
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