New markets will have to be found for Estonian agriculture firms hit by recent Russian food sanctions, Estonian officials say.Estonian Minister for Foreign Trade Anne Sulling voiced the warning on Tuesday after a crisis meeting with agricultural producers, public broadcasting reports. Speaking after the meeting, Sulling said products including milk powder, butter and cheese would have to be exported to new markets.Estonian Agriculture Minister Ivar Padar said it is crucial to agree on common measures on resolving the crisis at the EU ministerial level. He noted that ...
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