The Philippines considers Vietnam an important partner in food security

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Published Jan 31, 2024

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Vietnam and the Philippines are working towards establishing an investment partnership in the rice industry, with the Philippines considering Vietnam a crucial partner for domestic food security. The two countries' agricultural ministries held bilateral talks on January 29, 2024, aiming to promote cooperation in agriculture, forestry, and fisheries. They also signed a Memorandum of Understanding to strengthen scientific and technical cooperation in these fields. Additionally, the Philippine Ministry of Agriculture plans to establish a hotline for managing Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated (IUU) activities.
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Source: Noon news January 29, 2024: Vietnam - Philippines move towards establishing an investment partnership in the rice industry - Detailed content here Bilateral talks between the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and the Ministry of Agriculture Philippine Industry on January 29. Photo: On January 29, at the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Minister Le Minh Hoan received and worked with Mr. Francisco Tiu Laurel, Jr., Minister of Agriculture of the Philippines. The bilateral talks are within the framework of the high-level visit of the Philippine Presidential Delegation to Vietnam. Talking, Minister Le Minh Hoan thanked Minister Francisco Tiu Laurel, Jr. has always supported and promoted bilateral cooperation between the agricultural sectors of the two countries. Accordingly, the head of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development hopes to continue to receive the support of his country to promote agricultural, forestry ...
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