On March 4 Minpromtorg (abbreviation for ‘the Ministry of Industry and Trade') advised fertilizer manufacturers to refrain from exporting their products following restrictions imposed on Russian merchant ships.
On March 14 Mikhail Mishustin, the Prime Minister of Russia, suspended the export of wheat, rye, barley, and corn to all the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union except for Belarus. This ban ended on July 1 2022. The export of raw white and cane sugar to the EEU countries (again, excluding Belarus) is scheduled to end in fall.
On March 29 the Government of Russia made parallel import legal in the country. In a list of about 200 brands was published, with goods from these brands now being eligible for parallel import. A law further incorporating parallel import into the Russian economic and legislative systems was passed in the State Duma on 21 June 2022.