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In the period 13-18 of February 2017 the University of Food Technologies organized and hosted a short-term joint staff training event as an activity of the international Erasmus+ educational project KNOWinFOOD. The project is coordinated by SAIAPM Faculty from ULBS Romania, and has IUT Lyon France, DU Debrecen Hungary, UFT Plovdiv Bulgaria and Supremia SA Romania as partners. Continue reading →
Bulgarian companies are now allowed to export poultry meat and its products to Japan. This became clear during a meeting between Minister Agriculture and Foods Desislava Taneva and Japanese Ambassador H.E. Takashi Koizumi. The two parties have agreed upon the veterinary and other medical certificates and examinations that Bulgarian products need to comply with to be imported in Japan. Japan has stated that it considers Bulgaria to be a country free of the highly contagious influenza virus.
During the previous meeting between the two officials in November last year, the speeding up of the procedure for authorizing the export of poultry and its products to Japan was discusses. Desislava Taneva then underlined that the main task of the government is to support the organization of small producers to find markets for their products. ”Currently all Bulgarian food producers are looking for new markets,” stated Taneva. ”Our country has reached good standards and this is the right moment for us to present our work on the world market.”
Bulgarian students will be trained to work with Russian agricultural machinery. That was agreed between the Minister of Agriculture and Food Prof. Dr. Hristo Bozukov and Mrs. Alla Elizarova, director of the Russian Association of Manufacturers of Agricultural Machinery “Rosagromash” during a ‘meeting at the ministry. Memorandum of cooperation will be signed between the Agricultural University of Plovdiv and representatives of “Rosagromash” in May 2017. Continue reading →
“Ministry of Agriculture and Food jointly with the NGO sector offer an entirely new package of legislation for the functioning of the agro-food chain in a manner that ensures safety and consumer health, equality of business operators in the sector”, stated by Minister of Agriculture and Food Desislava Taneva during a public discussion on legislative amendments in the agro-food chain. She added that the measures taken aim to guarantee and strengthen the consumer confidence in the quality of the products they consume. Continue reading →
Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Food Assoc. Prof. Svetla Yancheva met with H.E Vanessa Calvert, Ambassador of South Africa in Bulgaria. They discussed opportunities for cooperation in education and science in agriculture.
The exchange of students between agricultural schools as well as visits to agricultural institutes in order to exchange experience is an issue of interest to both sides. In this way, Continue reading →