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Russia offers to export 25 million tonnes of grain from August 1


The Russian Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Vasily Nebenzya, said Thursday during a UN Security Council discussion on conflicts and food security that Russia may supply 25 million tonnes of grain for export through the port of Novorossiysk beginning August 1 and continuing through the end of the year.


Russia, according to Nebenzya, "continues to be a responsible provider of food and energy."


"We anticipate a record wheat crop this year." In this regard, we may provide 25 million tonnes of grain for export from the Novorossiysk port beginning August 1 and continuing until the end of the year," added the envoy.


"We may also talk about other procurements, such as the fact that between June and December, the potential export of fertilizers will be at least 22 million tonnes." But, if you have no intention of withdrawing the sanctions that you imposed on your own initiative, why are you accusing us? Why should the poorest nations and areas suffer as a result of your foolish geopolitical games? "Addressing Western state officials, the diplomat said


In the current environment, attempts to "groundlessly transfer responsibility" for the world's deteriorating food crisis to Russia "are not just ludicrous, but sacrilegious," according to Nebenzya.


Nebenzya stated that grain exports from Ukrainian ports had been halted due to Ukraine's actions, not Russia's.


"You claim that we are allegedly preventing agricultural products from being exported from Ukraine by sea," he said at a UN Security Council meeting on food security. However, the truth is that Ukraine, not Russia, continues to block 75 foreign ships from 17 states in the ports of Nikolayev, Kherson, Chernomorsk, Mariupol, Ochakov, Odessa, and Yuzhny, and it was Ukraine that mined the waterways.


"How can we speak about wheat grain export data?" he said. And, gentlemen, no matter what you say here today, only you can change this situation.


Russia has access to a wide range of natural resources, being the world's largest country by land mass. It is no surprise that the majority of Russian exports consist of natural gas, oil, and metals, whereas Russian imports have recently focused on modern engineering, renewable energy, plastics, iron and steel, meat, and so on.


Russia, Kazakhstan, and Belarus unified their customs in 2010, with the goal of joining the World Trade Organization in August 2012. As a result, Russian custom valuation methodologies are consistent with WTO rules.


Companies who wish to import or export items to or from Russia must get various Russian certifications and permits. Russia, on the other hand, provides specific customs benefits and obligations to a number of nations that have signed special treaties.


Our Russian attorneys can provide information on the country's import/export restrictions. We may also assist international investors who wish to establish trading enterprises in Russia to conduct import-export activity.

What are the most common imported goods in Russia?

Even though Russia is one of the world's top exporters of crude and refined oil, as well as agricultural products, it also imports a variety of goods, the most common of which are:


  • Various types of auto vehicles and car spare parts, which account for 4% of total imports

  • Computers and computer parts, as well as other communications equipment

  • Medicines and packaged medicines are also frequently imported by Russian companies

  • Russia also imports fabrics, materials, and numerous articles on a regular basis.


Russia's primary import partners are China, Germany, Italy, and the United States of America.

What are the most popular imported goods in Russia?

Even though Russia is one of the world's top exporters of crude and refined oil, as well as agricultural products, it also imports a variety of goods, the most important of which are:


  • Various types of auto vehicles and car spare parts, which account for 4% of total imports,

  • Various types of auto vehicles and car spare parts, which account for 4% of total imports,

  • Computers and computer parts, as well as other communications equipment,

  • Medicines and packaged medicines are also at the top of Russian companies' import lists.

  • Russia also imports textiles, materials, and various clothing items on a regular basis.


Russia's largest import partners are China, Germany, Italy, and the United States of America.

Russia's most exported items

As previously said, Russia's most exported items include crude and refined petroleum, as well as agricultural products, with cereals topping the list of agricultural enterprises' exports. Russia, on the other hand, exports commodities such as aluminum and iron, as well as coal. Russia also exports packaged pharmaceuticals.


We list the Netherlands, Italy, and Poland in Europe, China in Asia, and the United States in North America as export partners.

Russia's imports and exports

Russia is one of the world's major exporters, ranking first in the world in the export of natural resources such as coal and second in the export of oil and gas.

Russia is also one of the world's major cereal exporters. When it comes to imports, Russian enterprises have just recently begun to import things such as machinery and equipment. The European Union is Russia's primary import and export partner. The EU countries are also the largest foreign investors in Russia.


Our Russian attorneys can help international investors establish trade enterprises in Russia.

Establishing a commercial company in Russia

Foreign investors that want to conduct business in Russia's import-export industry can establish trading businesses. Foreigners interested in establishing trade firms in Russia have no limitations, so the registration process may be completed quickly.


The following steps must be taken to establish a trade firm in Russia:


  • The documentation required to register the business must be created and filed with the Trade Register.

  • The firm must then register for VAT with the tax authorities.

  • The company must also register with the customs authorities and get clearance for trading products.

  • A trade license must be obtained from the Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade.

  • The firm must designate a manager to oversee the relationship with the customs authorities.

Our Russian legal practice may assist international investors interested in establishing trade enterprises in the country. We can assist you in preparing the documentation required for business registration in this nation.


  • Seair Exim
  • 31-May-2022

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