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Uzbek dried fruits and nuts delivered to Malaysia

With the assistance of the Embassy of Uzbekistan in the city of Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), a batch of dried fruits and nuts (almonds, walnuts, raisins and apricot kernels), fig jam and honey was delivered from Uzbekistan to Malaysia, Dunyo news agency reported.

The exporter of the goods is the Uzbek Golden Prime Food LLC, and the importer is the Malaysian trading company Deli Fruits Trading.

Due to the lack of direct flights between Uzbekistan and Malaysia because of the coronavirus pandemic, the cargo was delivered to Kuala Lumpur via a new transport corridor – through Turkey.

According to Nazatul Shima, the manager of Deli Fruits Trading, the received batch of Uzbek products will be sold in the retail chains of Kuala Lumpur and the Malaysian state of Johor. The shipment of the next batch of Uzbek fruits and vegetables is scheduled in May. She also noted that the quality of products imported from Uzbekistan satisfies the growing interest of buyers in Malaysia.

The Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan continues active work to promote the products of Uzbek enterprises in the Malaysian market.


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