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Russian Agricultural Minister plans to visit WorldFood Moscow

Exciting news from WorldFood Moscow as Russian Minister of Agriculture Alexander Tkachev has stated he is planning to attending the opening of Russia’s biggest food and beverage trade show on 12 September 2016.
Mr Tkachev is one of the biggest figures in the whole of the Russian food industry, and plays perhaps the most vital role in shaping the food policies of his nation. The Minister will be representing the Russian government at the international food show in a drive to continue development of Russia’s food and drinks market.
Joining Mr Tkachev will be Sergey Dankvert, Head of Russian government agency Rosselkhoznadzor. Rosselkhoznadzor is the body responsible for reviewing the safety and quality of food imports to Russia. 
Exhibitors at WorldFood Moscow have been given a golden opportunity to get their products in front of two of the most important people in the Russian food sector. Approval from Mr Tkachev and Mr Dankvert could lead to huge success across the diverse Russian market. 
This event has long enjoyed the support of the Russian authorities. Both heads of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rosselkhoznadzor visited the 2015 edition of the show, alongside regional representatives from across Russia and international guests. 
The Vice President of Brazil and Iran’s Deputy Minister of Commerce attended WorldFood Moscow in 2015, showing the power of trade exhibitions in attracting prominent figures from the world of international trade.
In his welcome letter for exhibitors and visitors at the 2015 show, Mr Tkachev said: “For years, the exhibition has played an important role in creating and developing Russia’s food sector by promoting quality food products on the Russian market.”
2016’s edition of WorldFood Moscow continues its long legacy of attracting official support. Alongside attendees from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rosselkhoznadzor will be representatives from the State Duma Committee on Agrarian Issues, the Council of the Federation Committee for Agriculture and Moscow’s Department of Trade and Services.
Of course, it is not just diplomats and delegates heading to WorldFood Moscow 2016. Over 1,500 companies from 62 countries will be exhibiting at this year’s event. More than 30,000 visitors from 96 countries will be making the trip to Expocentre in the heart of Moscow to visit Russia’s biggest food exhibition. 
Interested in joining Mr Tkachev and the rest of WorldFood Moscow 2016’s attendees at this most thriving and vibrant exhibition? Click here to learn more about the event and to register as a visitor today.


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