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"Rosgosstrakh" in the Volgograd region have insured winter crops on the area of 58 thousand hectares
Volgograd branch of "Rosgosstrakh" has concluded contracts with a major regional agricultural holding, insured with state support winter crops — wheat and barley on the area of 58 thousand hectares.
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The crop is insured against the risk of loss (destruction) as a result of exposure to hazardous agricultural production of natural phenomena, e.g. atmospheric or soil drought, dry winds, low temperatures and vyprevaniya, hail, flooding, and spread of harmful organisms.

The amount of liability of "Rosgosstrakh" amounted to 1.7 billion rubles.

"With this the holding we have worked before: insured car on hull, — said the Deputy Director of corporate insurance of the Volgograd branch "Rosgosstrakh" Alexander Panin. — Change this year the law on agricultural insurance and the elimination of state support of agricultural insurance from the "one" grants, aimed at development of agriculture, the increased demand of farmers for insurance coverage. Because insurance is risk management, which in agriculture a lot, in fact — to protect the financial well-being of the agricultural holding. Trusting the experts of our company, Agroholding did not choose one or more risks and have insured winter crops in "Rosgosstrakh" the full package".

"Rosgosstrakh" is the national Union of agricultural insurers (NSA). Insurance companies, who are members of the NSA, from 1 January 2016 are not eligible to enter into contracts of insurance with state support. By the end of 2018 "Rosgosstrakh" at the box is among the three leading companies operating in the agricultural risk insurance market, and leads in the number of contracts. Fees for agricultural insurance in "Rosgosstrakh" for the first half of this year compared with the same period a year earlier increased 2.4 times and made 239,7 million



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Источники: Agro2b