Russia not to import GM foods – D.Medvedev
Russia does not plan to allow imports of agricultural products containing GMOs, declared Dmitry Medvedev, Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, on April 5.
According to him, Russia does not plan to develop the production of genetically modified products or import them to the country. Russia is able to cover the domestic food consumption with normal, not genetically modified products.
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