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Romania has opened a new grain corridor to Indonesia

Румъния си отвори нов зърнен коридор към Индонезия

The National Veterinary and Food Safety Authority (ANSVSA) has completed the steps to open a new export market for Romanian wheat in Indonesia.

The president of ANSVSA Alexandru Bociu received confirmation from the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia through a message from the Minister of Agriculture in Jakarta, regarding the export of various agricultural products, and especially wheat, from Romania to the Republic of Indonesia.

The certificate of analysis presented by ANSVSA has been evaluated by the Ministry of Agriculture of Indonesia, which concluded that the document meets the selection criteria for agricultural products, including wheat.

“Given the positive review, I am pleased to confirm that Romania can start the process of exporting wheat to the Republic of Indonesia. This cooperation between our countries, which started in the agricultural sector, strengthens the relationship between the two countries and promotes the principles of international trade," said the message received by His Excellency Meidyatama Suryodiningrat, Ambassador of Indonesia in Bucharest.

"We are convinced that this cooperation will bring benefits both to our grain producers and to the Romanian economy as a whole. We will work closely with the Indonesian authorities to facilitate this trade exchange and ensure that our products reach the Indonesian market under optimal conditions," ANSVSA President Alexandru Bochiu said on the occasion.

In this way, additional opportunities were created for Romanian producers by opening new export markets. According to Bociu, farmers can now sell their high-quality products all over the world and confirm Romania's status as an important actor in the field of agriculture and food industry.

Regarding trade in neighboring Romania, at the beginning of the week the prices of grain for delivery to the port of Constanta were: bread wheat - 221 EUR/ton, feed wheat - 207 EUR/ton, corn - 188 EUR/ton, barley - 175 EUR/ ton, sunflower – 386 dollars/ton.

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