"Currently, Russia accounts for 2% of our total agricultural exports. The damage is estimated at betwen $421 million and $600 million. Hiwever, these are not direct losses, but the loss of actual revenues," Abromavicius stressed.
At this, the minister added that Russia has long been an unpredictable trade partner."
Read alsoYatsenyuk estimates losses from Russian embargo"Not only in relation to us but to other neighbors, like Turkey, Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia, Moldova, Georgia, Poland. Therefore, we are moving forward, but we expect the most stringent measures on their part," the minister noted.