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Primorsky Krai and North Korea have discussed joint plans in the field of agriculture

In Primorye, a meeting was held between the Director of the Regional Department of Agriculture Andrei Bronz and the Deputy Minister of Agriculture of the DPRK Koh Myung-hee. During the meeting, the parties discussed the implementation of joint projects in the territory of Primorye in the field of crop production and livestock.

Ko Meng Hee indicated the purpose of the visit of the Korean delegation to Primorye.

“We believe that the combination of greenhouse vegetable growing and animal husbandry will be very effective. We want to see what land you can lease to us for the construction of greenhouses. This is necessary to carry out economic calculations for our project, as well as to draw up the final business plan, ”she said.

Andrei Bronz noted that the department is ready to consider proposals from potential foreign partners and show the existing production facilities in the region. He also stressed that large efficient enterprises are not afraid to invest in the development of agricultural business in the territory of Primorye and can count on state support.

“Recently the Rusagro company acquired 20 thousand hectares of coastal land to meet its needs in feed and plans to further increase the land wedge to 80 thousand hectares. For three years, the enterprise will work here on the creation of pig-breeding complexes, and at the same time prepare the feed base. The business plan has already been approved, financial resources in the amount of 13,5 billion rubles have been reserved, ”he stressed.

Andrei Bronz also cited the example of foreign enterprises successfully developing business in Primorye.

“We support greenhouse vegetable growing within the framework of the regional state program; in Primorye, work is underway to build modern winter greenhouses. Chinese companies are engaged in the production of vegetables in temporary plastic greenhouses on a total area of ​​160 hectares, ”he added.

At the end of the meeting, Koh Menh Hee expressed a desire to visit the coastal enterprises engaged in the production of grain crops and soybeans. Andrei Bronz suggested visiting several farms, where guests from North Korea will be shown the technology of industrial grain production, as well as devote to the economic details of the Primorye agricultural business.

In general, some enterprises of the Primorsky Territory are set to cooperate with the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. At present, the North Koreans are conducting experimental agricultural production in the Dalnerechensk District.

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