Customs Union countries may deliver processed food to Russia made from embargoed goods

"Of course, our colleagues in the Customs Union may benefit from this situation, since they will process a portion of the products that were previously being shipped straight to us. They will deliver the finished product to us," Dvorkovich said.

The Customs Union countries may begin delivering processed food products to Russia made from goods that fall under Russia's embargo list, Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich said at Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev's meeting with his deputies on Monday.

"Of course, our colleagues in the Customs Union may benefit from this situation, since they will process a portion of the products that were previously being shipped straight to us. They will deliver the finished product to us," Dvorkovich said.

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