Russian President Vladimir Putin raised the topic of the war with Ukraine and accused Europe of the food crisis.
Russian President Putin said that they will continue to help countries that are experiencing food shortages due to imbalances caused by the adventurous, unprofessional policies of some Western countries.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said they would continue to help countries with food problems.
He held a meeting with authorities related to the agro-industrial complex of Russia, via videoconferencing.
Explaining that Russia can supply products that play an important role in food security, Putin said: “We can supply grain, sugar, vegetable oil, fish products and many other products. In addition to the domestic market, we export meat and meat products to 110 countries of the world,” he said.
“WE CONTINUE TO HELP”
Blaming Western countries for the food crisis on the world market, Putin said: “We are helping and will continue to help countries that are experiencing food shortages due to disproportions caused by the adventurous, unprofessional policies of some Western countries.” used the phrase.
Noting that food production in Russia has become even more important due to the pressure of sanctions and the global food problem, Putin said:
“We know that even before the sanctions, some governments and global companies used their monopoly position in the market to aggressively conquer markets and limit their competitors.”
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