U.S. Department of Agriculture's Foreign Agricultural Service in RussiaAttention: Starting January 31, 2006 the City Code for Moscow was changed from 095 to 495!So, to call or fax us please dial 011-7-495-728-5222 for Agricultural Affairs and 011-7-495-728-5560 for Agricultural Trade Office
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Foreign Agricultural Service
supports agribusiness development worldwide and promotes exports of U.S. agricultural products. In Russia, USDA collects and reports on agricultural conditions and trade, negotiates for better market access, and provides technical assistance programs to improve Russian agriculture. USDA also has Agricultural Trade Offices in Moscow, St. Petersburg, and Vladivostok that provide trade promotion and information services to U.S. exporters and Russian buyers. For U.S. agricultural and food exporters you can find on these pages information about accessing the fast growing import market in the Russian Federation.
Several other USDA agencies are active in Russia. The National Agricultural Statistics Service operates an extensive program to educate and train Russian Government and private analysts in state of the art operations for data collection and dissemination on rural life and agriculture. The Agricultural Research Service offers research and exchanges designed to improve Russian agricultural science. The Forest Service is active in helping Russia improve forest management and contain diseases.