Farmers of the Chishminsky district began supplying corn to the Russian domestic market, the Rosselkhoznadzor department for Bashkiria reported.
Specialists from the supervisory department inspected a batch of feed corn shipped from the Chishminsky district to the Sverdlovsk region. Samples of regulated products selected from 50 tons underwent laboratory examination.
“The entomological and herbological studies carried out by specialists from the testing laboratory did not reveal any dangerous quarantine organisms,” added the Rosselkhoznadzor department for Bashkiria.
As Bashinform News Agency previously reported, the Russian government has approved a list of agricultural products for export, to which a particular payment procedure is applied.
The press service of the Russian government clarifies that when paying for supplies of such products, special ruble and foreign currency accounts can be used, opened by foreign buyers in authorized banks. The decision aims to ensure Russia's financial stability under external sanctions pressure.
Author: Galina Bakhshieva