Dvorkovich found Russia has the potential to increase exports of grain

Moscow. April 22. Russia has the potential to increase exports of grain, said Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich.

“I believe the opportunity to increase exports is still there. We have certain plans to increase yield by breeding, land reclamation and involve a unplowed lands,” he told reporters.

Deputy Prime Minister admitted that Russia could lose the leadership in the export of grain this year, but still remain among the leaders.

“This market is agile, all can be, but in any case, we’ll stay somewhere at the top. Going first or second, it’s not so fundamentally important that we have a reliable and stable suppliers. But in General it will. So, I think that ultimately in any case will come again in the first place. Therefore, in a particular year may be variations – maybe a little less, maybe a little more, nothing serious,” – said Dvorkovich.