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Poland and Oman seek trade agreement

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Poland's Undersecretary of State Tadeusz Nalewajk met with Alim Bin Masoud, Minister of Trade and Industry of Oman, who was in Poland at the invitation of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy, Janusz Piechociński.

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At the meeting, they discussed the possibility of establishing bilateral relations in the field of agriculture.

Tadeusz Nalewajk expressed his satisfaction about the meeting and the opportunities it entails for Polish exporters. He stressed that Polish agro-food products meet the highest EU standards and assured that they will be appreciated by Omani consumers.

Alim bin Masoud Al Sunaidy reported that the quality of Polish agro-food products is known amongst Omani consumers. He admitted that due to the need to ensure food security for the Sultanate of Oman, the Omani side is looking for partners able to export large batches of food to this country, as well as cooperation partners ready for investment in manufacturing and food processing.

Oman also showed interest in increasing imports of Polish meat, milk, apples and cereals, as reported by the Polish Ministry of Agriculture in a statement.

Both sides agree that there is great potential for cooperation between Poland and the Sultanate of Oman in the field of trade of agro-food products.

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