From the city of Moscow, after a productive work schedule in the XV High-Level Intergovernmental Commission (CIAN) Russia-Venezuela, the People’s Power Ministry for Fisheries and Aquaculture and exporting entrepreneur reached agreements in favor of the productive development of both nations.
The results of the work tables of the second Business Forum are promising for the promotion of the Venezuelan economy through the export of the country’s fishing and shrimp products.
“The colleagues who export shrimp, cutlassfish, blue crab, sat down to make agreements to bring 100 shrimp containers to see how they move in the market”, assured Juan Luis Laya Rodriguez, representative of the Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture.
The meetings demonstrated the diversity of seafood products as Venezuela’s economic strength, the fundamental pillar. Being the distribution of shrimp, the second most important export item, that seeks to enter to the Russian market.
In this sense, Minister Laya Rodriguez pointed out the effort made by the National Government to boost the country’s economy. Currently, its representatives, present in Russia, have worked strategically to enter the Russian market.
The results have already materialized with the signing of the “necessary sanitary certificates” to achieve the commercialization of “Vannamei shrimp, which is to export to France, Spain, the United States, and China.”
After an intense work schedule, the fishing and aquaculture sector has proved to be a spearhead in the business roundtables due to its diversity and diversification. It has become one of the areas that managed to establish agreements that reinforce the Venezuelan economy.
Sectoral Vice-Presidency of Economy