Myanmar, Thailand discuss developing agriculture and livestock production

Union Minister for Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation U Min Naung met Mr Mongkol Visitstump, Ambassador of Thailand to Myanmar, and the delegation at the ministry meeting hall yesterday morning.
At the meeting, they discussed permitting private entrepreneurs from Thailand to invest in agricultural and livestock production in accordance with the law, expanding dairy cattle breeding and dairy product production to attract foreign investment opportunities in Myanmar, exporting various kinds of pulses and beans from Myanmar, establishing foot-and-mouth disease-free zones for cattle in Myanmar, implementing animal disease control zones, policies on the cross-border export of animals, the requirement for the development of an MoU for the export of cattle, collaboration in preserving short-headed catfish, processes for sustainable agricultural production that does not harm the environment, and cooperation to develop agriculture and livestock in both countries.
The permanent secretary and departmental officials of the ministry were also present at the meeting. — MNA/TRKM

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