Agreement clears way for Hungarian beef exports to Algeria
Hungary and Algeria have reached an agreement on joint recognition of animal health certificates for cattle that will allow the launch of Hungarian beef exports to the North African country, the Rural Development Ministry said on Tuesday.
The agreement was reached between Rural Development Ministry state secretary Endre Kardevan and Algeria’s chief veterinarian Rachid Bougueddour in Algiers.
Mr Kardevan also reached agreements at talks during his visit on the future export of Hungarian, grain, meat, fruit, vegetables, powered milk, planting seeds, honey, paprika and other food products to Algeria.
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