GORKI, 7 September (BelTA) – Belarus and Russia need to join efforts in the agricultural sector and be more proactive in order to stay current and ensure the food security of the Belarus-Russia Union State, Alexander Popkov, the Chairman of the Regional Policy and Local Self-Government Commission of the Council of the Republic of the National Assembly of Belarus, said at the international conference “The Union State agricultural policy: experience, problems and prospects” in the town of Gorki, Belarus on 7 September. “Only by aligning our interests, by identifying specific areas of work, we will be able to become are a power not afraid of any third-party sanctions. Development of innovative animal production systems and breeding genetic centers should become an important area of work in this respect,” Alexander Popkov said. The second area we should focus on is the design of machine systems for agricultural purposes of the Union State as the basis for implementing advanced resource- and energy-saving technologies in agriculture, Alexander Popkov said. “We live in the zone of the non-black earth soil and therefore need to work hard to ensure the harvests that will provide the solution to many issues, including the problem of import substitution…. Read full this story
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