Horticulture is a branch in the Republic of Moldova that can be developed

Horticulture is a branch in the Republic of Moldova that can be developed
Horticulture is a branch in the Republic of Moldova that can be developed
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“Horticulture is a branch in the Republic of Moldova that can be developed and can make our country as famous as the viticulture branch.”

The statement belongs to the Minister of Agriculture and Food Industry, Vladimir Bolea, who mentioned in an interview for Moldpres.md that in the Republic of Moldova there are products that deserve to be promoted by export policies, transmits Stiri.md.

“We already have results that are also established. We are talking about table grapes, we are talking about our apples with a special aroma and absolute taste, which make a difference from other types of apples. That is, horticulture in its entire spectrum. I think that we could also place a great emphasis on the development of animal production, such as dairy products from the Republic of Moldova, which have a very, very good taste. They are products that deserve to be promoted by export policies,” said Bolea.

The head of MAIA emphasized that thanks to a national program for the development of animal husbandry, there are some successes in this field in the Republic of Moldova.

“Thanks to a national livestock development program in the Republic of Moldova, we have already had remarkable successes in the last two years in terms of increasing the livestock, in terms of the size of dairy cattle and the amount of milk. The subject must be seen in its complexity. This year we completed a process regarding the authorization of the Republic of Moldova as a third country from which exports of eggs, slaughtered and refrigerated poultry meat are allowed. We have started the work process on the potential authorization of the Republic of Moldova as an exporter of dairy products, as well as other equally important actions”, he concluded.

The article is in Romanian

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