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Mexico and Serbia will increase bilateral trade of agri-food products

The governments of Mexico and Serbia will increase the bilateral trade of agricultural food products, including apples, peaches, and berries.

In a working meeting, the Secretary of Agriculture and Rural Development, Victor Villalobos Arambula, and the Deputy Minister of Bilateral Cooperation of the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Mexico, Vladimir Maric, underlined the importance of boosting the collaboration and increasing the productivity of the primary sector of both nations through the exchange of innovation and the transfer of technology.

Villalobos Arambula stressed that the Mexican sanitary process for agri-food exports entails strict measures to comply with the best quality standards that have allowed Mexico to position itself as one of the world's main food suppliers.

Vice Minister Vladimir Maric stressed: "We are pleasantly surprised by the levels and standards of production that are implemented in this context and we recognize that the world of agriculture and world markets receive the best products from Mexico."

He said that the production of apples, peaches, and berries exemplifies the quality that Mexico implements in its export market, one of the reasons this nation is interested in becoming better partners.

He highlighted the importance of making agreements with institutions and research centers in the country, as they do outstanding work to prepare professionals in the agri-food sector and create awareness in the development of sources of production and environmental protection for future generations.

The Serbian delegation was made up of the Serbian Ambassador to Mexico, Tatjana Conic; the first Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ivana Skocajicí, and the Special Adviser to the Serbian Chancellor, Marko Blagojevic, among other people.


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