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MILAN, March 2. /TASS/. Russia will explore ways of softening food embargo for Greece and Hungary consistent with WTO norms, minister of economic development Alexey Ulyukayev said on Monday.
"We need to find a decision consistent with WTO norms. It is impossible to simply make exceptions for countries," the minister said.
Solutions are explored making possible for goods from these nations to enter the Russian market through processing or tolling mechanisms, Ulyukayev added.
"I cannot rule out we can even partly resort to unilateral measures if our partners properly perceive them," the minister said in respect of possibilities for lifting the Russia’s food embargo.