BAKU, Azerbaijan, April 12. Russian Sim-Trans Group LLC is ready for continuous wheat supplies to Azerbaijan, Alexander Efendiyev, general director of the company, told Trend.
Efendiyev reminded that Russia, currently under various economic sanctions, had to take a number of measures aimed at protecting and supporting industry and agriculture.
One of such decisions, according to him, was the government's resolution No. 2595 dated December 31, 21 on measures to regulate the export of wheat and a number of other crops.
"Today, more than ever, it’s obvious to everyone that world politics directly affects the economy of each country. In connection with the adoption of the above resolution, all exporting companies received a certain amount of quota, distributed according to the so-called "historical principle", the CEO noted.
“Our company, which has been actively cooperating with Azerbaijan received a sufficient quota to cover the grain needs of all our regular partners,” Efendiyev said. “Analyzing the situation and making preliminary forecasts, we prepared grain crops for export in advance.”
Besides, speaking about the dynamics of supply volumes, he said that the volume of supplied grain crops is growing by nearly 25-30 percent from season to season.