The federal government has revealed details of a rehabilitation programme for the North Caucasian republic, in terms of social and economic factors. The programme has pledged state support for agribusinesses and will see R757.13m spent on agricultural production in Chechnya during this year alone.

By focusing on the maximum use of established industries and further developing traditional agriculture businesses, the programme organisers are confident that farmers in the region will be able to produce enough fruit and vegetables to meet domestic demand. They should also achieve 50% of demand in terms of grain, and 30-40% of demand in terms of meat and diary products.