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Iran spies Russia opening

The Middle Eastern country could benefit greatly from Russia's ban on imports from many western nations

Iran spies Russia opening

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Iran's minister of agriculture, Mahmoud Hojjati, revealed last month that the country was looking at ways to export fruit and other agricultural products to the Russian market, according to the Islamic Republic News Agency.

The announcement came during Hojjati's visit to Iranian pavilions at the sixteenth Russian Agricultural Exhibition in Moscow.

According to analysts, Iran could stand to benefit greatly from Russia's ban on imports of fruit and vegetables from the European Union, which usually supplies a large proportion of Russia's annual US$7bn-US$10bn of fruit and dried fruit imports. 

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