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Saad Moussa announces the harvest of the Moroccan delegation’s visit after following up on the system of cultivation, inspection, and export of Egyptian potatoes to global markets

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Published Feb 17, 2024

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A Moroccan technical delegation has visited Egypt to understand the cultivation, inspection, and export of Egyptian potatoes. Dr. Saad Moussa, Supervisor of Agricultural Quarantine at the Ministry of Agriculture, announced that the visit resulted in an initial agreement to open the Moroccan market to Egypt’s exports of fresh potatoes. Additionally, a virtual meeting will be held to discuss the export of strawberry and grape seedlings, and pomegranates to the Moroccan market. A joint technical committee will be established to facilitate the export of fresh agricultural products between the two countries.
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Written by: Dr. Osama Badir Dr. Saad Moussa, Supervisor of Agricultural Quarantine at the Ministry of Agriculture, announced the harvest of the 7-day visit of the Moroccan technical delegation headed by Dr. Park Idris, Director of Plant Protection at the National Office for Sanitary Safety of Food Products in the Kingdom of Morocco, noting that the visit aimed to identify Details of the system of cultivation, inspection and export of Egyptian potatoes to international markets. Follow us on Al Falah Channel today Follow us on Al-Falah Today Facebook page Moussa said, in a statement received by Al-Falah Today, that the Moroccan delegation’s visit resulted in: an initial agreement to open the Moroccan market to Egypt’s exports of fresh potatoes, and an agreement to hold a virtual meeting before the month of Ramadan to discuss and study the technical files related to the export of strawberry and grape seedlings. And pomegranates to the Moroccan market. He continued: It was agreed to ...
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