On Saturday, the second, 17.8-ton batch of fresh sweet cherries was delivered by charter flight of the Uzbekistan Havo Yollari National Airline to Incheon.
The cargo from the Turakurgan district in the region of Namangan was sent by Gold Dried Fruits Export to its South Korean partner NK GlobalNet Co., Ltd. Uzbek cherries will be distributed in South Korea through a network of wholesale and retail enterprises. The first batch of Uzbek sweet cherry was delivered to the Republic of Korea on 15 May.
The Korean Agency for Animal and Plant Quarantine granted permission to six Uzbek companies to supply fresh cherries to the market of the Republic of Korea in 2020: Gold Dried Fruits Export LLC (Tashkent), Uz-Segang JV (Ferghana Region), Brand Investment Group Agro LLC (Andijan region), Pure Fruit Trade LLC (Namangan region), Namangan Agro Logistics LLC (Namangan region) and Samarkand Garden Plast LLC (Samarkand region).
According to an article on uzdaily.com, the diplomatic mission of Uzbekistan in Seoul continues to work actively to promote the products of domestic enterprises on the market of the Republic of Korea.