China to conduct remote video inspection for fresh cherry exports from Pakistan. The inspection aims to ensure compliance for export and was informed to the Ministry of National Food Security and Research in Pakistan.
In a letter sent to the Ministry, the Chinese embassy requested necessary arrangements be made to facilitate the inspection process. The Ministry is expected to cooperate with the Chinese side to ensure that fresh cherries can be exported to China during the current season.
The Chinese embassy has expressed its appreciation to the Ministry for their cooperation and has urged the relevant departments to coordinate and reply at the earliest convenience. The embassy also reiterated its highest consideration and renewed assurances of cooperation between China and Pakistan.
This announcement comes as a positive development for Pakistan’s agriculture sector, as it presents an opportunity to increase exports and boost the economy. The move is also expected to further strengthen ties between Pakistan and China, who have been close allies for decades.