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The head of the Amur region asked the Ministry of Agriculture of Russia to increase subsidies for farmers
During a working meeting with Russia's Agriculture Minister Dmitry Patrushev, the governor of the Amur Region, Vasily Orlov, asked him to raise the limits on the allocation of preferential subsidies for short-term loans for enterprises in the region. According to the head of the Amur region, this will help increase production in crop production.
Vasily Orlov also asked to include tractors and combines of Belarusian production in the list of equipment to which incentives for farmers are distributed. According to the governor, this technique is in great demand in the Amur region, but the benefits it does not apply.
According to the press service of the regional government, another question concerned the program to provide support measures for greenhouse complexes. Subsidies, according to the head of the region, would help the development of the Amur complex "Teplichny". Many of the issues raised have found support from Dmitry Patrushev, the authorities of the Amur region are counting on a positive solution.