State Policy on Ensuring Food Security in Conditions of Foreign Trade Restrictions

  •  Aleksandr B. Melnikov    
  •  Vladimir I. Trysyachny    
  •  Aleksandr D. Kotenev    
  •  Petr N. Shirov    
  •  Boris A. Melnikov    


The influence of artificial and natural limitations on the development of the food market in the Russian Federation is considered. The effectiveness of the state policy on support of agricultural producers and the degree of its influence on the processes of import substitution and self-provision with food products are analyzed. It is proved that ensuring the necessary level of food security is related to the need to increase the competitiveness of domestic products in terms of price and quality parameters, stimulate export-oriented production and search for new global sales markets. The strategic priorities for the development of the agro-industrial complex are proposed, including a reduction in the level of technical and technological dependence, the development of territorial clusters with the aim of introducing innovative technologies for the production and processing of agricultural products.

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