REGULATORY AND LEGAL REGULATION OF AGRICULTURAL POLICY IN RUSSIA
Issue № 9, 2022, article № 9, pages 77-85
Original language title: НОРМАТИВНО-ПРАВОВОЕ РЕГУЛИРОВАНИЕ АГРАРНОЙ ПОЛИТИКИ В РОССИИ
Abstract: The modern agro-food sector of Russia is undergoing sectoral and structural and technological changes. For the development of this sector of the economy, which directly affects the level of food security in Russia, it is necessary to eliminate the existing imbalance in the system of regulatory and legal regulation of the country's agrarian policy. The analysis of normative legal acts regulating the agrarian policy of Russia has allowed us to substantiate the necessary directions for the development of the agricultural sector, which should contribute to the increase in the efficiency of the use of available resources and state funds allocated to support agro-industrial production. At the same time, regulatory legal acts regulating the directions of development of the agri-food sector should be based on the relationship of goals, objectives, resource provision and performance evaluation indicators. Regulatory continuity and consistency should be traced, starting from the Law "On the Development of Agriculture", consistently to other regulatory legal acts regulating its development. The results of the study allow us to conclude that it is necessary to revise the content of the Russian Food Security Doctrine and the Development Strategy of the agro-industrial and fish-farming complexes of the Russian Federation for the period up to 2030. and other regulatory documents regulating the implementation of the agar policy of Russia, taking into account the variability and step-by-step approach to setting strategic goals and objectives. This approach will allow us to evaluate possible options for the development of the industry, taking into account changes in the geopolitical and economic situation.