Russia to monitor the food market – D.Medvedev
Due to imposition of the ban on food imports from the certain countries, Russia needs to establish a system of monitoring the situation on the domestic food market, announced Dmitry Medvedev, Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, on August 11.
At the same time, the Prime Minister considers that all relevant Ministries and departments, commodity producers associations and retail chains, have to take part in creation of the new system.
It is quite important to continue the dialogue with the suppliers of food products, because they should organize their work in a new environment, which will form the condition of the food market in the country, said D.Medvedev.
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