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Buckwheat banned from exporting from Russia

Buckwheat banned from exporting from Russia
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Export of some cereals and vegetables from the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) was banned from April 12. The measure also affected Russia. The EAEU believes that this will provide citizens of the Union countries with goods for quarantine.

The EAEU includes several countries: Russia, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Belarus and Kyrgyzstan. As he writes "Merchant", Onions, garlic, turnips, rye, rice, buckwheat and its finished products, millet, wholemeal and cereal grains, soybeans and sunflower seeds were banned.

Moreover, the ban does not apply to goods exported for the provision of humanitarian aid, or transported by citizens as supplies. Limitations will last until June 30.

Earlier, cereals were among the rush goods due to the coronavirus, as the Russians bought products for the future, fearing the closure of stores. Moreover, experts have already calculated that food prices in Russia grow up to 15%: due to an increase in purchase prices, the dollar and the coronavirus.
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