Russia and India will expand bilateral supplies of animal products

Updated Sep 26, 2023
Russia and India have agreed to expand the supply of various types of livestock products to each other’s markets, Rosselkhoznadzor reported. Such an agreement was concluded by the assistant to the head of the department, Artyom Daushev, with representatives of the Indian delegation that arrived in Russia as part of the International Autumn Food Exhibition “WorldFood Moscow”.
It was represented by employees of the Indian ministries of trade and industry, fisheries, livestock and dairy, as well as representatives of the country's Embassy in Russia. The parties noted the positive dynamics in the development of trade relations between both countries, both in volume and in the list of products. For example, Russia was recently able to agree on certificates for the supply of food for productive animals, as well as wool and leather raw materials, to India. Russia will allow supplies of live cattle from Brazil At the same time, Daushev noted that there is still a serious imbalance in mutual supplies of agricultural products. In particular, today Russian fish processing enterprises still do not have access to the Indian market. The meeting participants agreed to work on this issue with the participation of responsible departments from both countries. For their part, guests from India expressed interest in accreditation of their new enterprises for the ...
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