Peru’s Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation (Minagri) has announced that its working with Japan to resolve phytosanitary issues that could see Peruvian citrus enter Japan this August, according to Andina.
Peru’s National Service for Agriculture Sanitation (Senasa) it working with tis Japanese counterparts ot negoation market access
“A Senasa delegation is currently in Japan and we are going through the final procedures. After that, a Japanese delegation will come in May, and that will be the last step before signing the document that would allow citrus fruits enter such country in August,” Minagri’s Juan Manuel Benites said.
Senasa is also working with Malaysia and Vietnam to gain market access, which Benites said could be scheduled for next year.