Russia may start supplying poultry meat to the European Union in the upcoming months, Russian Agriculture Minister, Nikolai Fyodorov announced at a recent news conference at the Green Week 2013 international agro-industrial exhibition in Berlin.  

Fyodorov stated that some facilities in the Moscow region, Siberia and the Urals are prepared to start the deliveries, but an agreement on prices had not yet been reached.

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Russian poultry farms gained access to the European market after Russia joined the World Trade Organization in 2012, removing the earlier set barriers to Russian deliveries.