Medvedev: Russia solves food security tasks
The tasks of food security in Russia as a whole have been resolved, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said at a meeting on promoting the export of agricultural products.
"In the whole country, food security issues have been resolved. We have just discussed how it all started in 2006-2007, when we launched the first national project. At that time, many tasks were very urgent, and now we have a very wide selection of Russian-made products, and our agricultural producers not only can, but also want to enter foreign markets," TASS cited the PP as saying.
Medvedev added that the agro-industrial complex in Russia is growing rapidly, and this growth can be seen "with the naked eye."