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BERLIN, January 16. /TASS/. The Russian government in the next few days will make a decision to support this year's sowing activities due to the credit tightening, Russian Agriculture Minister Nikolai Fedorov told a news conference here on Friday. The ministry's official delegation takes part in the Green Week International Agro-Industrial Exhibition in Berlin.
"I'd like to say that just in the next few days the government will make decisions to minimize the rouble rate volatility and support the spring sowing campaign," the minister said. He pointed out to the necessity of such decisions in order to support those Russians who are in a heavy situation due to the growth of the Central Bank's key rate and lack of credit availability.