Russia: Russian Agricultural Policy and Situation Bi-Weekly Update - 3

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GOR Moves VPSS Deputy Head to a Deputy Minister of Agriculture Position… EEC Council approved draft Agreement of the EAEU Member States on Circulation of Planting Seeds in the Eurasian Economic Union… Russian Veterinary Authority Restricts Imports of Meat Products from New Zealand… VPSS Introduces Enforcement Measures Against Belarus Origin Products… Russia’s Federation Council Discussed Issues of Grain Production… Grain Stocks on February 1, 2017 are 35.0 MMT… China, Turkey and Egypt are Major Destinations for Russian Agriculture and Food Exports in 2016… Deputy Minister of Agriculture Sergei Levin Met with the President of the International Poultry Council (IPC) at Gulfood… Kazakh Government Adopts Agriculture Development Program… Baumann GmbH & Co. Plans to Invest in Meat Processing Project in Almaty Region… Kazakh Farmers to Start Commercial Lentil Cropping… Karaganda Regional Authorities to Provide $11.3 million to Start up 37 Farmers' Cooperatives…

Russia: Russian Agricultural Policy and Situation Bi-Weekly Update - 3

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