Russian Ministry of Agriculture has developed a list of food products that are in public procurement can offer only domestic producers.
A new order procurement website reported the press service of the Ministry of Agriculture with reference to the Director of the Department of Agrifood Market Regulation Mikhail Orlov b>. p>
Only domestic production is admitted to trading on nine items: poultry, pork, butter, cheese and cheese products, sunflower oil, sugar beet, potatoes, vegetables and rice. p>
In this regard, lower in comparison with foreign countries, the level of state support local farmers, domestic agricultural products at cost is difficult to compete with similar imported products. However, the quality of imported products do not always correspond to basic safety criteria for human health. Therefore, the project import, presented by Mikhail Orlov, will be a real tool of state Russian agricultural producers. P>
The production of pork and poultry meat for the 2011-2013. in the Russian Federation increased respectively by 400 and 600 thousand. tons; sunflower oil - 800 thousand. tons. Relatively high volumes of production and many other products included in the list of import substitution. In 2013, Russia supplied domestic demand through domestic production, grain - 98.4% (according to the doctrine of food security, this strap must be at least 95%), sugar - 92.9% (not less than 80%). Vegetable oil - by 81.1% (not less than 80%), milk and dairy products - by 76.6% (minimum 90%), and over the meat - by 77.5% (not less than 85%). P >
I recall that continues to implement the Action Plan of the Government of the Russian Federation, aimed at adapting to the conditions of individual branches of Russia's membership in the WTO. This plan was approved October 18, 2012 Subcommittee on Economic Integration of the Government Commission on Economic Development and Integration. In addition, on behalf of President of the Russian Federation to promote import substitution preparing an inter-agency plan of activities aimed at the effective functioning of the Russian agricultural sector in terms of membership of the Russian Federation to the WTO. P>
The restrictions will not have a negative impact on the situation on the domestic market. They may come into force in January 2015. P>