Kyrgyzstan plans to launch "green corridor" system with China for agricultural products. The Prime Minister Temir Sariev announced today at a meeting of the Parliament.
He stressed that this is one of the measures provided by the Government to improve the export opportunities of Kyrgyzstan. The Cabinet also plans to launch seven veterinary and five phytosanitary laboratories for certification of products by the domestic animal breeders and farmers. As of today, according to the Prime Minister, there have already been opened 28 accredited laboratories and five certification bodies in Kyrgyzstan, which are included in the register of EEU.
As Temir Sariev noted, removal of veterinary control on Kyrgyzstan- Kazakhstan border is also an important issue for the Cabinet. Earlier on, there have already been abolished the customs, sanitary and phytosanitary controls.
By the way, the government of Kyrgyzstan has determined the priorities in the export sphere such as tourism, textile and garment industry, dairy and meat, vegetable, fruit and bottled water.