Moldova and Azerbaijan Forge Agricultural Collaboration

Deputy Prime Minister Vladimir Bolea, Minister of Agriculture and Food Industry (MAIA), and his counterpart from Azerbaijan, Majnun Mammadov, have agreed to initiate a project for an agreement between the ministries. They have also agreed to establish the objectives and areas of collaboration in the shortest time possible, as announced today by MAIA, reported by MOLDPRES.

The officials presented their visions for the development of bilateral trade relations in the agricultural sector, investment achievements in agriculture and the agro-food industry, and the exchange of knowledge and academic experiences.


“We are focused on a series of initiatives aimed at creating a favorable environment for the development and sustainable growth of agriculture. We are also in the process of adapting legislation, standards, and agricultural practices to the requirements and rules imposed by European legislation and policies in the field. This involves, first and foremost, higher standards regarding food safety and the quality of agricultural products,” explained Vladimir Bolea.

The meeting took place in the context of the fifth meeting of the Moldovan-Azerbaijani Intergovernmental Commission for Economic Cooperation, held yesterday in Chisinau.

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