Sales of Russias agricultural products abroad are expected to reach $45 billion in the next five years, according to President Vladimir Putin.
That is “quite an achievable target,” Putin said on Thursday, during his annual Direct Line Q&A session.
“If, ten years ago, someone had told us that Russia would export agricultural products worth $25.7 billion-a-year, like in 2018, we would have laughed and said: “Thanks for your good-but-unfeasible intentions,” the Russian president said. But that has been already accomplished, he pointed out.
“We are striving to ensure that, by 2024, our agricultural exports reach $45 billion, and I think this is an attainable figure,” Putin said.
Boosting agricultural exports is currently one of Russias top-priority tasks. The countrys Agriculture Minister Dmitry Patrushev said this Read More