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Russia and India discussed the banana issue

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Published Feb 7, 2024

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India is set to boost its banana exports to Russia, following discussions between Rosselkhoznadzor and India's Department of Plant Protection, Quarantine and Storage. The Indian representatives have expressed interest in expanding their fruit supplies to the Russian market, including bananas, mangoes, pineapples, papaya, and guava. The first shipment of bananas was sent to Russia in January 2024, with another planned for February, and the volume of exports is anticipated to grow in the future.
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India plans to increase the supply of its bananas to the Russian market. On February 2, Rosselkhoznadzor held a video conference with representatives of the Department of Plant Protection, Quarantine and Storage of the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers' Welfare of India to discuss issues related to the supply of fruits from India to Russia. During the negotiations, Indian representatives expressed a desire to expand the range of fruit supplies to the Russian market, including bananas, mangoes, pineapples, papaya and guava. At the same time, the banana issue has been the subject of discussion between the parties for several years. Indian representatives noted that the result of joint work was the shipment of the first batch of bananas from India to Russia in January 2024, and the next delivery is planned until the end of February this year. In the future, the volume of exports of Indian bananas to the Russian market will increase. Rosselkhoznadzor confirmed that there are ...
Source: Agroxxi
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