Belarus plans to start exporting poultry to China
As Belarusian dairy exports see big increase and beef gains access to China, prospect of poultry exports seems promising
Belarus intends to start shipping poultry to China by the summer of 2018, Belarus Agriculture and Food Ministry leader Aleksei Bogdanov said.
Belarus has substantially increased its shipments of dairy products to China and has gained certification to export beef, Bogdanov said. There are now plans to certify Belarus poultry exports to China.
“I think we will fulfill this task by next summer and will then launch them,” Bogdanov said.
Belarus would like to target three main regions for poultry trade: Southeast Asia, the Middle East and Africa.
Earlier in 2017, Belarus reported another positive development in agricultural trade, as Bogdanov announced that exports of poultry meat and beef from Belarus to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) could begin later in 2017.
Belarus plans to launch poultry exports to China by summer 2018
MINSK, 8 August (BelTA) – Belarus intends to start supplying poultry to China by next summer, head of the main department for foreign economic affairs of the Agriculture and Food Ministry Aleksei Bogdanov told the media on 8 August, BelTA has learned. “We delivered over $2 million worth of dairy products to China in H1 2017, up 72 times from the same period a year prior.