Uzbekistan intends to obtain permission to export chicken paws, grapes, and dried fruits to China
Uzbekistan intends to obtain a permit to export China chicken paws, grapes, and dried jida, media reports referring to the Ministry of Agriculture. This became known following negotiations between representatives of the Committee for the Development of Veterinary and Animal Husbandry with the leadership of the Departments of Food Safety, Veterinary Medicine, and Quarantine of the General Customs Department of China.
Reportedly, this was the first face-to-face meeting of the official delegation from Uzbekistan with representatives of the General Customs Administration of China since 2019 due to quarantine restrictions in China.
During the talks, the issues of expediting the granting of permits for exporting grapes, dried jidda, and chicken paws from Uzbekistan to China and other veterinary and plant quarantine matters were discussed.
The parties were able to agree on the way forward and supported the importance of direct contact for the rapid exchange of information. It was also decided to organize refresher courses in C5+1 format.
Currently, nineteen types of fruit and food products can be exported from Uzbekistan to China, including cherry, melon, fresh and dried spicy pepper, peanuts, pomegranate, bitter apricot stone, shellless walnut, sesame, grape seed, sweet apricot, dried apricot (dried apricot), raisins, honey, dried black plum, plum, and dried beans.