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Russia’s Ministry of Agriculture has set an ambitious target of increasing its annual grain exports to 81 million tons by 2030, up from the current levels[2][3][4][5]. This strategic goal is part of the government’s broader efforts to expand the country’s agricultural exports and solidify its position as a major player in the global grain market[3][4].

 

To achieve this objective, Russia plans to invest in modernizing its grain production and logistics infrastructure, while also leveraging its vast arable land resources[2][5]. The ministry believes that by implementing these measures, Russia can significantly boost its grain output and export capacity over the next decade[2][4].

The projected growth in grain exports is expected to generate substantial economic benefits for Russia, as it seeks to diversify its economy and reduce its reliance on energy exports[3][5]. Moreover, increased grain exports could help alleviate global food security concerns and provide a reliable source of supply to countries in need[2][4].

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