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GORKI, March 2. /TASS/. Only targeted solutions are being considered so far on the issue of easing the food embargo, for example, in the field of organic baby food, Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich said Monday.
"True, there are requests from some particular countries on selected easing, and there are requests from companies operating in Russia," he said.
Dvorkovich mentioned organic baby food that is not produced in Russia as an example. "We’re seriously considering this but those are targeted [solutions - TASS]," Deputy Prime Minister said. "I cannot yet say what decision will be made," he added.