(QHA) -

Head of the Republic of Crimea, Sergey Aksenov curtailed certain socially significant foods export from the peninsula of till April, 2015. The relevant decree is published on the official site of Council of ministers of Crimea.

In particular, now one person will not be able to take out more than 20 kg of wheat flour, 2 kg of sausages and sausage goods, 2 kg of poultry and 10 kg of fish.

Besides, restrictions concern chicken eggs (60 eggs per person), vegetable oil (5 liters), canned fish and meat (6 cans), sugar (20 kg), pasta (5 kg), milk and dairy products, powdered milk (3 kg), cereals (5 kg) and wheat (50 kg).

The decree is adopted "for the purpose of ensuring stable functioning of the consumer market".