Belgrade, SANA- Syria and Serbia signed an MoU on bilateral cooperation in the agriculture field.
The MoU was signed by Minister of Agriculture and Agrarian Reform, Eng. Mohammad Hassan Qatana and Serbian Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management Branislav Nedimovic.
The MoU includes bolstering cooperation in agriculture scientific research fields ,and introducing modern technologies in the agricultural, plant and animal field, in addition to developing quality policies in agriculture and ways to implement them through the exchange of experiences and the implementation of training courses.
The two ministers held a meeting before signing the MoU, and discussed means of strengthening economic, and trade relations between the two countries.
Qatana underlined the importance of boosting the level of trade exchange between the two countries, including importing fodder and exchanging phosphate and nitrogen fertilizer products.
For his part, the Serbian Minister affirmed the importance to raise the economic ,agriculture and trade relations to the level of the political ones between the two countries.
He indicated the necessity of benefiting from the ability of the Serbian side to export many surplus agricultural products, including wheat, corn, corn and sunflower oil, fertilizers and fodder.