He announced this on his Telegram account.

“Supplies of grain, fertilizers are all for rubles,” Klishas wrote.

Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin, in a conversation with Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi, noted that Russia is ready to help overcome the food crisis through the export of grain and fertilizers, but for this it is necessary to remove politically motivated restrictions imposed by Western countries.

The Russian Foreign Ministry said that Moscow remains a responsible participant in the global food market, and attempts by the West to write off problems in this area as a special military operation are absolutely groundless.