Bamako, June 4th. Russia delivered 946 tons of pulses to Mali within the scope of humanitarian aid.
Russian Ambassador to the republic Igor Gromyko said that the donation shows Moscow’s readiness to help its African partner in the fight against hunger, to strengthen peace and stability in the country. In addition, the transferred food is an indicator of the development of close economic cooperation.
Earlier, a delegation of Malian diplomats met with Maxim Markovich, the international representative of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation. The sides discussed the supply of food and grain to the republic and also confirmed their intention to work together in many areas.
Later, Mali’s ambassador to the US, Sekou Berte, said that the country’s agricultural sector is experiencing a feed shortage crisis provoked by restrictions on Russian exports from the West. Farmers hope that by 2023 the Russian Federation will be able to restore the supply of the African state.
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