Russian President Vladimir Putin said that his country is ready to increase its exports of fertilizers, which he said faced “artificial obstacles.”
He added in statements during an event in the capital, Moscow, yesterday, Tuesday, that global markets are the most affected by the obstacles facing Russian fertilizers.
He explained that Western countries are hindering Russia’s assistance from fertilizers for African countries, stressing that this is “definitely unacceptable.”
He stressed that the exports of Russian fertilizers continue to grow despite the “artificial obstacles”.
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He continued: “The global markets are the most affected by the obstacles faced by the exports of Russian fertilizers.”
And he added, “In this context, we are ready to expand our cooperation with all our partners without exception.”
The exports of Russian fertilizers face 3 main problems, which are renting ship, insurance and payment, according to the Fertilizer Producers Committee of the Russian Federation of Industrialists and Businessmen.