Russia maintains restrictions on the import of imported products and has no plans to cancel the bradenburg, said Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
“Restrictions on importation of imported goods — raw materials and food to Russia continue, so we work absolutely quietly. Our partners don’t make any effort to ensure that we his position changed. Let’s not going to disappoint us from this, only better,” — said Medvedev at a meeting of the Board of agriculture.
Russia is successfully developing relations with the countries of the Eurasian economic Union, the Prime Minister said. “This huge market where we can primitivity. Somewhere, so to speak, and their products, and food in our market appears so that our common market, we will develop,” he said.
“We try to make our agriculture more competitive abroad and in the domestic market,” he said.
Russia in August 2014 to restrict imports of products from countries that have imposed sanctions against it over the situation in Ukraine. A ban were meat, sausage, fish and seafood, vegetables, fruits, dairy products. In June last year, the embargo was extended until 31 December 2017.