Kyrgyzstan and New Zealand plan to cooperate to develop halal industry
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Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of New Zealand to Kyrgyzstan Sarah Mary Walsh met with the Director of the Center for Development of Halal Industry Almaz Kaiyrbekov. The Ministry of Economy and Commerce of Kyrgyzstan reported.
The parties expressed their readiness to make efforts to realize the existing potential of bilateral cooperation, in particular, establish business ties in the field of the halal industry through the exchange of experience. The parties touched upon the issues of investing in research and development in order to increase the profitability and sustainability of the halal meat processing sector.
Almaz Kaiyrbekov told about Meat Halal Park in the Kyrgyz Republic project.
It should be noted that halal meat occupies one of the key places in the list of New Zealand’s exported products. To date, all meat that meets the norms of Islam is exported to more than 108 countries of the world.
Sarah Mary Walsh noted the high quality of Kyrgyz meat and organic products, and also expressed her interest in close partnership with the Center for Development of Halal Industry.
Source: 24.kg News Agency