Russia’s agricultural product exports, between January – March 21 2021, rose to 6.1 billion dollars, while Turkey’s imports also registered an increase of 46.8 percent.
In 2021, Russia’s exports of agricultural products soared by 22.3 percent compared to the same period of the previous year and reached 6.1 billion dollars as of March.
According to the data published from the “Agroeksport” centre affiliated to the Russian Ministry of Agriculture, the country’s wheat export increased by 78 percent compared to the same period of the previous year and reached 2.5 billion dollars between January 1 and March 21 this year.
During the period in question, the exports of oil products increased by 25.8 percent to 1.3 billion dollars and the exports of meat and dairy products rose by 17 percent to 200 million dollars.
Export of all agricultural products to Russia in 2021 to 1 January to 21 March during last year’s same period, compared to 22.3 percent increased by 6.1 billion dollars in rising, on the other hand Turkey increased its agricultural imports from Russia by 46.8 percent to 991 million dollars.
Russia’s exports of agricultural crops in 2020 increased by 20 percent compared to the previous year and reached to 29.4 billion dollars, while Turkey’s share in exports had been 10.7 percent.