Mapa receives Agricultural Diplomats from Brazil to exchange cooperation

Regulation & Compliances
Innovation & Technology
Published Apr 13, 2024

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Agricultural attaches from over 25 countries convened at the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (Mapa) in Brazil for a meeting organized by the Diplomats of Agriculture of Brazil (DAB). The gathering aimed to enhance cooperation and facilitate information exchange in the agricultural sector. Discussions centered on Brazil's pivotal role in global food security, its efforts to expand agricultural trade, and tariff negotiations. Key officials, including Secretary Roberto Perosa and DAB President Javier Dufourquet, discussed Brazil's recent market achievements and the significance of diplomacy in trade discussions. The event also introduced the Global Business Festival (GAFFFF), with a focus on agriculture's challenges and opportunities in the context of climate change. The participation of representatives from various continents highlighted the global interest in Brazil's agricultural policies and initiatives.
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Agricultural attaches from more than 25 countries that are part of the Diplomats of Agriculture of Brazil (DAB) were received on Thursday (11) in the Olacyr de Moraes auditorium, of the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (Mapa), for an exchange of cooperation and exchange of information. The dialogue promoted by Mapa's Secretariat of Commerce and International Relations included the participation of members of foreign embassies who work on topics related to the agricultural sector. Alongside the president of the DAB, diplomat Javier Dufourquet, the secretary of Mapa, Roberto Perosa, presented his team and the Ministry's actions and programs, as well as recent achievements and new open markets. Directors Augusto Billi (Department of Non-Tariff Negotiations and Sustainability), Ana Lúcia Gomes (Department of Negotiations and Commercial Analysis) and Marcel Moreira (Department of Commercial Promotion and Investments), in addition to the deputy secretary, also spoke with the ...
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