New export conditions to Turkey for plant products to enter into force from 1 June

The Moldovan authorities announced today new export conditions to Turkey for agricultural products of plant origin, the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry (MAIA) has reported.

“Economic operators intending to export agricultural products of plant origin to Turkey from 1 June this year shall be required to present original phytosanitary certificates with a handwritten signature and a wet stamp issued by the National Agency for Food Safety,” the ministry said.

Trade in agri-food products of the Republic of Moldova with Turkey is carried out under the Free Trade Agreement between the two states, and the main categories of products exported from our country are oilseeds, dried fruits and cereals. At the same time, the local wine sector is on an upward trend.


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