Putin and Medvedev will discuss in the Stavropol region, the development of agriculture

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The President of Russia Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on Tuesday will visit Stavropol, where he will hold a meeting on the development of agriculture, reported the press service of the Kremlin.

«The meeting will discuss a number of measures aimed at realizing the potential of agro-industrial complex of the country», — stated in the message.

In addition, Putin and Medvedev also will be visiting the Apple orchards of the agricultural enterprise «Rassvet», get familiar with the harvesting process and talk with employees of the company, is added to the message.

The goal for the development of agriculture laid down in the may decree. Putin in may signed a decree on the national goals and strategic objectives development of Russia until 2024. In particular, he instructed the government to increase this year the export of non-oil non-oil commodities to $ 250 billion per year, including agricultural products — up to $ 45 billion.

Earlier, the Minister of agriculture of the Russian Federation Dmitry Patrushev said that Russia’s agriculture Ministry plans to increase exports of agricultural products from Russia up to $ 50 billion by 2024.

The costs for the next three years

As for the budget spending on the state program of development of agriculture and regulation of markets of agricultural products, raw materials and food in 2019, they planned at 241,446 billion. Funding for the state program from the budget in 2020 is planned at the level 241,63 billion in 2021 — 229,412 billion.

Thus, according to the draft Federal budget for the year 2019 and the planning period of 2020 and 2021 years, at the Federal project «the Export of agricultural products» will be used 583,2 million in 2019, 510 million rubles in 2020, and in 2021 4.7 billion, of which 4.2 billion is for the implementation of activities under the national project for international cooperation and exports (capital investments in objects of state property).

Intergovernmental transfers for reimbursement of expenses for payment of percent on the investment credits in agriculture is planned at the level 41.6 billion rubles in 2019, to 35.5 billion rubles in 2020 and 28.5 billion in 2021. Technical upgrading APK from 2019 to 2021 it is planned to allocate annually 2 billion rubles, and these funds are intended for subsidies to producers of agricultural machinery.

The program of preferential crediting of farmers planned to send 79,1 billion in 2019, 85,4 billion rubles in 2020 and 82,8 billion in 2021. It is expected that subsidies for the provision of support to agricultural producers in the crop will be laid from 2019 to 2021 at 11.3 billion annually on subsidies to increase the productivity in dairy cattle – of 7.96 billion.

Putin and Medvedev will discuss in the Stavropol region, the development of agricultureCC BY-SA 3.0 / Ninjatacoshell / Botrytis cinerea conidiophores magnified 3.5 X. Identified using Barnett H. L. & Hunter, B. B.»Smart agriculture»: how to feed the world with new technologiy subprogramme «Providing conditions for the development of agro-industrial complex» will be used to 58.1 billion rubles in 2019, in 2020 58,2 billion in 2021 – 52,97 billion. On scientific and technical support for the development of agriculture laid 480,5 million in 2019, 485,9 million in 2020 and 491,2 million in 2021.

In turn, the state program on development of fishery complex of the Russian Federation in 2019 can be sent 13,842 billion rubles in 2020 — 13,524 billion in 2021 — 12,207 billion. In particular, the development of aquaculture 2.2 billion in 2019, 2.3 billion rubles in 2020 and 2.4 billion in 2021. The sub-program «Science and innovations» it is planned to 5.4 billion rubles in 2019, 5.5 billion rubles in 2020, and 4.4 billion in 2021.

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