RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "We had a guarantee, both from the Russian government and from fertilizer companies, that we will not have supply issues with fertilizers, both potassium and phosphates," Tereza Cristina said.
Russian Minister of Economic Development Maksim Reshetnikov said that the supply of potassium- and phosphate-based fertilizers to Brazil will be maintained and, if possible, exports will be increased for the next harvest. "The Minister reinforced that Brazil is a strategic partner and we can be fully reassured about the supply of potassium and phosphorus," the Minister said.
As reported by the Ministry of Agriculture, she met . . .