Venezuela advances in export plan for marine products

Venezuela has managed to export more than 16 million kilos; between shrimp, tajalí and octopus

In the productive Wednesday working day, headed by President Nicolás Maduro, the Minister of Popular Power for Fisheries and Aquaculture, Juan Laya reported that through the plan for the production and export of marine products, so far they have achieved export more than 16 million kilos "including shrimp, tajalí and now we add octopus as part of the marine species that are produced and exported in the country," he said.

From the MJM processing plant, in Miranda state, the head of the Fisheries portfolio asserted that careful processing is carried out so that each marine species maintains the freshness and quality that characterizes it, all this scheme has been achieved with the alliance between the private company and state agencies.

Laya stressed that these achievements derive from the trust and support that the Ministry of Fisheries together with the fishermen sector has received from the Executive Vice President, Delcy Rodríguez and the Minister Castro Soteldo with the AgroVenezuela Mission.

During the broadcast, the Minister of Fisheries was accompanied by Roquer Hernández, director of Corpesca, Rafael Escobar, manager of the MJM plant, and the operations manager of Seniat Elisaul Gepe.

 

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