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Friday, October 28, 2016

The state Duma and the Federation Council are unable to reduce consumption of caviar

The state Duma and the Federation Council did not begin to reduce purchases of black caviar, despite the crisis, said the supplier company, owned by Alexander Novikov.

photo: Alexander Astafyev

As explained by the representatives of the company Thassa, the crisis has hit those who bought the products cheaper than a hundred dollars,” but for affluent layers of the society the economic situation affected to a much lesser extent.

Moreover, the company even increased the volume of orders, and we had to recruit new employees.

Note that the company did not specify whether the procurement of delicacy for dining rooms of Parliament, where buyers purchase food at their own expense, or for any activities, paid from the state budget.

Just firm produces 23-24 tons of caviar a year, and soon plans to begin deliveries of the product in China, and they will be limited to 100-150 pounds, and the product itself there will cost more expensive, than in Russia: 30 grams of caviar will cost about 12 thousand rubles.

In our country with 50 grams of caviar cost a little less than 3 thousand rubles.

The salary of the ordinary Deputy of the State Duma amounts to little more than three hundred thousand rubles, while the salary of the staff of the Duma about 6 times below.

Watch the video on “the Khabarovsk militiamen showed video of the detention of the hearse with the coffin of black caviar”

Khabarovsk traffic police inspectors detained the hearse for speeding and decided to explore the cabin. He was full of surprises: under wreaths of mourning, and a coffin discovered half a ton of caviar. Video published on the website youtube.com by user Petr Sef.

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