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Exports of Uzbek fruit and vegetables to Malaysia are expected to increase

The Ambassador of the Republic of Uzbekistan to Malaysia held talks with the Minister of Agriculture and Food Industry of Malaysia Ronald Kiandy and discussed further development of mutually beneficial cooperation in the agricultural and food industry, Dunyo news agency reported.

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During the meeting, Ronald Kiandy rated high the ongoing agriculture reforming in Uzbekistan. Particularly, he highlighted the public administration system improvement, widespread introduction of market relations, strengthening of the legal framework for relations between producers, processors and distributors of agricultural products, attraction of investments, , and providing agricultural producers with modern technologies.

The parties stressed the importance of further increasing the volume of exports of Uzbek fresh and dried fruit and vegetable products to Malaysia, which are in great demand due to their taste and attractive price.

Following the meeting, an agreement was reached on holding further online negotiations of the State Plant Quarantine Inspection under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Department of Agriculture of Malaysia and the MAQIS quarantine service inspectorate to study Malaysian experience in this industry and establish partnerships between the Uzbek Research and Production Center of Agriculture and Malaysian Institute.


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