Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed a government resolution on banning the buying of wine for the needs of state and municipal institutions.
The document was published Tuesday on the website of the Cabinet of Ministers, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to the UNN.
“To promote the development of domestic viticulture and winemaking to the types of food products originating from foreign countries against whom restrictions on admission to the procurement for state and municipal needs, related wine, sparkling wine, liqueur and fruit (fruit) wine,” — said in the explanatory note to the resolution.
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The restriction would not affect alcohol sold in shops and establishments, explained on the government website.