Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus Alexander Subbotin called the ban on grain from the country a “temporary measure”. Commenting on this step of the cabinet on August 26 after the state’s report, he explained that it does not contradict international law, including the country’s obligations within the framework of the Eurasian Economic Community.
At the same time, the Deputy Prime Minister made it clear that the grain harvest this year will be “worse than planned.” Agrarians do not collect more than a million tons of grain wedge. True, “due to the corn harvest, which should be in the amount of 1.5-1.8 million tons, it will be possible to cover part of the deficit,” he said.
At the same time, Subbotin ruled out the possibility of a shortage of food grains. Here, according to him, you can be completely calm. “The state order has already been fulfilled by 93 percent, so we will have bread. This is one hundred percent,” the Deputy Prime Minister assured.
Let’s open the “curtain”, of course, we’ll open the “curtain”. people, “- explained a member of the government.
And feed grain in itself, undoubtedly, is a highly profitable export position, the Deputy Prime Minister drew attention to the fact that it ultimately goes to feed for poultry and livestock, resulting in a much more marginal product.
As reported BelTAthe ban on the carriage of certain types of restrictions on the internal legal Internet portal was officially published on the national legal Internet portal on August 26.
In the coming months, it will be prohibited to export abroad Belarus, in particular, wheat, rye, barley, oats, corn, buckwheat. The innovation excludes the transportation of cereals outside the EAEU, while reviewing the procedure for the transportation of rapeseed.
True, the document includes some exceptions. The ban, in particular, will not apply to humanitarian supplies with these instruments, which involve a foreign foreign language based on government instruments, as well as in supplies; for goods transported in international transit traffic starting and ending outside the customs territory of the EAEU; for goods placed under customs procedures in an EAEU member state other than the Republic of Belarus, transported in transit through the Belarusian territory.
The resolution comes into force from the date of its official publication and will be valid for the next months, the agency said.
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