Russia is ready to pay in advance for the water supplies to the Crimea
Russia is ready to pay in advance for the Ukrainian water supplies to the Crimea, but now it is problematic due to the political factors, declared the Minister of the Agriculture of Russia, Nikolay Fyodorov on April 21, 2014.
The Minister stated due to the water supplies problems the irrigation season, rice, maize and the other grains growing in the Crimea are under the threat.
N.Fyodorov mentioned the Government is founding the problem-solving aids, integrating the Crimea and the agrarians into the state program on the agricultural development. He added that the Ministry is ready to subsidize the preferential investment loans for the interest rate recompense for the term of 15 years. The Crimea will get the funds from the federal budget in order to support the agrarians of the region.
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