They are trying to speed up the opening of the beef market in Serbia

They are trying to speed up the opening of the beef market in Serbia

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The Serbian delegation visited, among other things, livestock facilities in the province of Buenos Aires.
The Serbian delegation visited, among other things, livestock facilities in the province of Buenos Aires.

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with In order to open the Serbian market for the export of beef from Argentina, a few days ago Four employees of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management (MABGA). from that country conducted an on-site audit and looked Senasa Laboratory, Headquarters of the North Buenos Aires Regional Center and Animal Husbandry and Meat Packing Facilities, located in the province of Buenos Aires.

In this regard, the foreign delegation led by the head of the veterinary directorate of Magba, Emina Milakara. It examined the country’s meat production chain, animal health and safety and quality processes for the production and preparation of meat products.

later, A final meeting was held with the representatives of the local health agency. “This visit was important because the Serbian inspectors were able to familiarize themselves with the country, Sena and the safety and quality standards of the products we export. We sealed the trust between Serbia and Argentina, And we understand that This visit can be a start Further strengthening of trade with this country and lead to the possible opening of other markets”, SENASA Vice President Rodolfo Acherby noted.

“The International Veterinary Export Certificate is officially agreed upon by both parties, so the audit had both Aims to check compliance with sanitary guarantees and 18 export establishments in Argentina. he added.

For his part, the coordinator of international relations, Miguel Donatelli, explained that “in 2019, the Serbian Health Service committed to SENASA to send an audit mission to Argentina to analyze the opening of this market for meat exports. Disappointed by the Covid 19 pandemic.

“It’s finally done now. Serbia is very interested in buying Argentinian meat. “We are open to moving forward on technical cooperation issues and have a fairly broad agenda to agree on trade in other products,” the official said.

In this context, Senasa reports that in about a month, The Serbian Health Service will send its final report along with the official audit findings to “continue moving in this direction towards the opening of beef exports.”

On the other hand, heAccording to Senasa, Argentina has managed to open the Singapore market for meat and pork products. A few days ago, the Argentine Health Agency received a notification from its counterpart, the Singapore Food Agency (SFAits abbreviation in English), in which “it accepts the latest certificate proposal sent by SENASA, with immediate effect, agrees to the requirements Export of pork, offal and processed and transformed products From Argentina to Singapore”.

“In this way, the negotiation led by the Argentine Health Agency ends, which included a technical exchange between Senasa and the SFA for the documentary assessment of the control system by the agency of the Asian country, which also checked the documentation of the Argentine companies concerned. to obtain a permit for the export of its products International Veterinary Certificate (CVI)”, they said.

New market: Singapore has allowed the import of Argentinian meat and pork products
New market: Singapore has allowed the import of Argentinian meat and pork products

“The goal is always there Opening new markets. This undoubtedly contributes to the development opportunities of our country,” said the Secretary of AgricultureJuan Jose Bajillo.

As indicated, in early December 2021 An SFA audit was conducted, which was “convened virtually due to the Covid-19 pandemic”.

“During the virtual inspection, the SFA and the National Parks Council (N parksas it is abbreviated in English) Singapore reviewed the entire control system, which included a meeting with technicians from the Sena and various areas of responsibility. Audit three institutionsFrom the list of eight companies that submitted the documentation on time,” they said.

In In April 2022, the SFA sent Senasa a positive report On the results of the audit, with which progress was made in the exchange of conditions certified by the Argentine Health Agency in the shipment of these goods.

“The Singapore market is open, Three audit companies are authorized practically in December and The remaining five proposed companies will be authorized on Senasa’s recommendation Singaporean colleague. Likewise, new establishments wishing to ship this type of product can request a destination through the pre-listing system,” they concluded.

Source: La Nacion

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