Among the products that Venezuela will export to China are, in addition to shrimp, octopus, tajalí, sea cucumber, curvina, seaweed and blue crab
Starting next November, Venezuela will start exporting to China, in addition to shrimp, six new lines of seafood products, the Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture, Juan Carlos Loyo, reported this Thursday.
In relation to this, he pointed out that they will start the protocols that once they are fulfilled “as of November we will begin the export process,” he explained.
“We are going to establish export companies, it started with 15 and next week we will reach 45 companies that have expressed interest,” he said.
“Venezuela is one of the biggest shrimp importers in China. With the signing of these agreements we include six new items such as octopus, curvina, sea cucumber, seaweed and tajalí to start exporting to China,” the Minister detailed in the statements offered to Venezolana de Televisión.
In this sense, he assured that now, with the signing of new cooperation agreements with China, the national production of fish has a new alternative in the market to sell.
In addition, he reported that work will also be done to export the blue crab to the Asian giant, which will take place in Lake Maracaibo. “For this spice, not only the United States will be the destination for the sale of this species, it will also go to China, which will be a reference for the consumption of this product,” he emphasized.
It is important to remember that the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, with his ministerial train, is on a tour of China, which serves to sign 31 agreements in various places, and which allows us to act to a new era in the relationship between the two countries. In All Tests and All Times.