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Hungary asks Japan to lift fruit, vegetable import restrictions

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The Hungarian Agriculture Minister Sándor Fazekas met with Japanʼs Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Hiroshi Moriyama in Tokyo, at Japan’s Foodex 2016.

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During the meeting, the Hungarian minister asked for restrictions on fruit and vegetable imports from Hungary to be lifted. He was reportedly promised that action would be taken relating to his query, the Hungarian ministry said, according to Hungarian news agency MTI.

Altogether fifteen Hungarian companies traveled to Japan to participate in the food and beverage expo Foodex 2016.


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