MOSCOW (Reuters) – Algeria has invited Russian grain exporters for accreditation to participate in tenders, Eduard Zernin, executive director of the Russian Union of Grain Exporters, told Reuters.
According to his forecast, participation in tenders will begin approximately in December. He also noted that Algeria has not yet changed the specification for this.
Earlier this week, a group of French exporters announced that Algeria had decided to change the terms of a wheat import tender, allowing traders to offer supplies from the Black Sea region.
The details of the changes have not yet been released, but the limit on insect damage for wheat originating in some regions is expected to be increased to 0.5% from 0.1%, but the protein requirement will also be increased, Thierry de Boussac told reporters. trader and representative of the group of French grain exporters Synacomex.
Russia has long been waiting for the opening of this market, which is traditionally dominated by France, primarily for wheat from Russia.
(Polina DeWitt. Text by Olga Popova. Editor Dmitry Antonov)