Medvedev called for a total ban on imports from the West

Medvedev: Russia must take care of its food security
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Russia must expand the list of agricultural products banned from importing from unfriendly countries as part of the country’s food security. This initiative was made by Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev.

“We will not supply our products and agricultural products to our enemies. And we will not buy anything from them (although we have not bought since 2014, but the list of products banned from import can be expanded), “Medvedev wrote in the Telegram.

He also noted that the priority in the supply of food should be given to the domestic market, establishing control over prices. The politician suggested supplying food and crops only to Russian-friendly countries for rubles and their national products in agreed proportions.

Western countries have begun to impose tough sanctions on Russia over Russia’s special operation in Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin has explained that sanctions pressure on the country has continued since the early 2000s and has only intensified in recent months. According to the head of state, previous sanctions have had a negative effect on Western countries themselves.

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Russia must expand the list of agricultural products banned from importing from unfriendly countries as part of the country’s food security. This initiative was made by Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev. “We will not supply our products and agricultural products to our enemies. And we will not buy anything from them (although we have not bought since 2014, but the list of products banned from import can be expanded), “Medvedev wrote in the Telegram. He also noted that the priority in the supply of food should be given to the domestic market, establishing control over prices. The politician suggested supplying food and crops only to Russian-friendly countries for rubles and their national products in agreed proportions. Western countries have begun to impose tough sanctions on Russia over Russia’s special operation in Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin has explained that sanctions pressure on the country has continued since the early 2000s and has only intensified in recent months. According to the head of state, previous sanctions have had a negative effect on Western countries themselves.

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