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Moldova is going to diversify into European and Arab markets

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Due to the fruit and vegetable embargo imposed by Russia, Moldova is going to diversify into European and Arab markets, Natalya German, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Moldova said.




Natalya German has noted that not only achieved Moldova the double quotes on fruit export into European markets with 500 million of consumers, but also negotiated with representatives of Arab counties (e.g. Qatar) over a possible export of Moldovan agricultural products into the Persian countries.

"The current situation mobilizes us, encourages our farmers to find new markets for our production distribution," says the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Moldova.


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