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All news / In 2021, 10 million tons of food worth $5.4 billion were exported from Russia to Kazakhstan, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan and Armenia

  • 27 May 2022, 11:21

In total, more than 10 million tons of food worth $5.4 billion were exported from Russia to Kazakhstan, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan and Armenia in 2021. Compared to 2020, the volume of shipments in physical terms increased by 15%, in value – by 31%. This is reported by the Federal Center "Agroexport".In 2021, 10 million tons of food worth $5.4 billion were exported from Russia to Kazakhstan, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan and Armenia

Including Russian agricultural exports to Kazakhstan in 2021 increased by 33% to $2.8 billion. Approximately half of this volume accounted for the products of the food and processing industry ($1.4 billion, +30%). Sales of fat and oil products increased by 30% to $274 million, grain crops – 2.3 times to $244 million, meat and dairy products – by 18% to $229 million.

Exports of agricultural products to Belarus increased by 28% to $1.8 billion, including food and processing products – by 16% to $620 million, fat and oil products – by 62% to $278 million, meat and dairy products – by 43% to $155 million, fish and seafood – by 7.9% to $99 million.

Shipments to Kyrgyzstan showed a 48% increase to $430 million. Thus, the supply of food and processing industry products from Russia to the Republic increased by 40% to $196 million, fat and oil products – by 28% to $ 60 million, and grain – by 2 times to $ 59 million.

Russian agricultural exports to Armenia increased by 15% to $340 million in 2021. In particular, food and processing industry products – by 20% to $140 million, fat and oil products – by 42% to $66 million. At the same time, grain supplies to the Transcaucasian state decreased by 17% to $62 million.

Source: akm.ru