Myanmar-Russia online business meeting looks for exporting Myanmar’s products to Russia


An online business matching has been conducted between Myanmar and Russian businesspersons on 9 February to discuss measures to export Myanmar’s products to Russia, according to Daw Naw Mutar Kapaw, the director general of Myanmar Trade Promotion Organization of the Ministry of Commerce.
The meeting was titled ‘Agricultural Produce Export from Myanmar to Russia. It was conducted by collaboration between Myanmar and Russian business entrepreneurs, Myanmar Trade Promotion Organization, and Russian Trade Representative Office in Yangon.
Daw Naw Mutar Kapaw said, “This is the very first discussion between Myanmar and Russian traders and it was led by Myanmar side. We will continue making efforts to send representatives mutually for the trade collaboration between the two countries.”
The online business matching was attended by the Director General of Myanmar Trade Promotion Organization and officials, and representatives of the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Myanmar Rice Federation, Myanmar Pulses, Beans, Maize and Sesame Seeds Merchants Association, Myanmar Fishery Products Processors & Exporters Association, Myanmar Fruit, Flower and Vegetable Producers and Exporters Association, Myanmar Rubber Planters and Producers Association, and Myanmar Coffee Association. The Russian agricultural companies led by Mr Vladimir S Kazadaev, the Russian trade representative virtually attended the meeting. — ASH/ TMT

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