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BiH to Import 250,000 Litres of Milk from Montenegro

Bosnia and Herzegovina has agreed to import 250,000 liters of milk from Montenegro, boosting cross-border agricultural cooperation

The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management of Montenegro has announced that Bosnia and Herzegovina will purchase an excess of 250,000 litres of milk from Montenegrin producers and processors. 

This agreement was reached during a meeting between Montenegro’s Minister of Agriculture, Vladimir Joković, and Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations and Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers, Staša Košarac, as reported by SEEbiz.

The meeting focused on the restrictions on the purchase of raw milk during the holiday period.

Additionally, representatives from Montenegro’s agricultural ministry held discussions with stakeholders in the dairy sector, including primary producers and processors, to address ongoing sector challenges and facilitate this significant trade agreement.

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