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The Ministry of Agriculture does not see the problems of the embargo on salt

Adding salt to the product list of the embargo will not affect the internal security needs of Russia. On Tuesday, September 13, said the Ministry of Agriculture, according to Rambler News Service.

"Dropping out volumes can be offset by increasing domestic production", - said the representative office.

Earlier 13 September, the Russian government has decided to extend to November this year 1 food embargo on the salt. The same day, Russia's largest producer of this product, the company "Russolo", endorsed the decision of the Cabinet.

July 1 EU extended the economic sanctions against Russia until January 31 2017 years. The same day, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed a decree on the extension kontrsanktsy with 6 2016 August till December 31 2017 years.

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