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Chinese vegetables in the Amur region will be replaced by Kazan and Tajik
Trading networks in the Amur Region expect by February 10 a large supply of cucumbers from Kazan. 19 tons of products will be brought to the region. The Amur Region will also receive a consignment of tomatoes from Tajikistan and Turkey, but so far nothing is known about the prices of these products.
According to the Minister of Economic Development and External Relations of the Amur Region Lyudmila Starkova, there are enough potatoes, cabbage, carrots and beets in the region. All chain stores will provide a sufficient volume of vegetables until March 1, and by February 20, the local greenhouse plant promises to establish supplies of cucumbers.
According to the press service of the regional government, regional authorities are negotiating with federal agencies coordinating the work of checkpoints on the organization of a corridor for the supply of perishable goods. A specific scheme for safe product skipping has already been discussed.
After closing the borders with China, a shortage of fresh vegetables arose in the regions of the Far East due to coronavirus. Buyers complain that product remains are sold at inflated pricestherefore, now retailers are trying to arrange the supply of vegetables from Turkey and Azerbaijan. In Primorye, to stabilize the situation across the border with China began to miss trucks.
Rosselkhoznadzor assesses the situationprevailing with a shortage of vegetables from China in stores in the Far East. If necessary, the agency will take action. The validity of price increases intends to check Federal Antimonopoly Service.