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Only Five Trucks with Beef exported to Turkey

30 December 2019

BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA - Only five trucks have left for Turkey since mid-December, since the start of the export, which is currently on hold due to the upcoming holidays, Ljubomir Kalaba, director of Bosnia-Herzegovina’s Veterinary Office, confirmed to Independent newspapers.

“Five trucks have been exported so far, or one hundred tons of beef. Exports have now stopped due to the holidays, but after the New Year will continue. A small amount was exported because it started late, but it is positive that it started and will continue after the holidays, so we hope that it will continue continuously,” said Kalaba.

Nemanja Vasic, vice president of the BiH Foreign Trade Chamber, said it is expected that the export of beef to Turkey will end in December and January, when the estimated quantity should be exported.

The export of beef to Turkey has finally begun, and this is good news after much uncertainty, said Bosnia-Herzegovina’s (BiH’s) Foreign Trade and Economic Relations Minister Mirko Sarovic said on December 16th.

According to him, there were many problems regarding the export of beef to Turkey and they were mainly technical.

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Source: Sarajevo Times

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