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Chinese ambassador to Chisinau says Moldovan wine increasingly appreciated by consumers in his country

11:14 | 11.10.2022 Category: Economic

Chisinau, Oct. 11 /MOLDPRES/- As the dominant export product of the Republic of Moldova, wine is increasingly appreciated by Chinese consumers. Ambassador of China to Chisinau Yan Wenbin made the statement at an interview given to the MOLDPRES State News Agency.

The official said he visited several wine producers from the Republic of Moldova, who want to expand their exports to China. "Not long ago, at the initiative and with the support of the Chinese Embassy, ​​several Moldovan wine companies participated in promotion and live sales activities on the Douyin (Tiktok) platform in China, with quite good results. Moldovan wines must continue to be promoted on the Chinese market. At the same time, the two countries can also consider cooperation in the entire production chain, from vine cultivation to wine production," said Yan Wenbin.

According to the ambassador, China's demand for high-quality agricultural products is growing day by day, and here the Republic of Moldova has its advantages. “Vegetable oil and shelled nuts have got approval to enter the Chinese market. I met twice with the Moldovan Minister of Agriculture to discuss in detail how we can further expand the export of agricultural products to China. During this period, the Chinese Embassy worked actively with relevant government departments and enterprises from China and the Republic of Moldova, so that more agricultural products enter the Chinese market", the official said.

Yan Wenbin took over the position of Ambassador of China to the Republic of Moldova in December 2021.

Photo: Embassy of China in Chisinau

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