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Mexico and the EU negotiate health requirements to speed up bilateral trade in agri-food products

Health authorities in Mexico and the European Union raised the question of cooperation on issues such as animal welfare and antimicrobial resistance.

Thursday 6 July 2017 (11 months 13 days ago)

SENASICA's chief director, Enrique Sánchez Cruz, met in Brussels, Belgium, with health authorities from the European Union in order to address health issues on the negotiations undertaken for the modernization of the Free Trade Agreement with the European Union (TLCUEM).

To that end, he held a meeting with the Director-General of Trade, Jean-Luc Demarty, and the European Commission's Director for Latin America and Asia, Helena König, where he addressed various issues of common interest.

These include agreements for phytosanitary and zoosanitary protection, both in Mexico and in the countries of the European Union, and streamlining the commercial exchange of agri-food products.

They also talked about cooperation on issues such as antimicrobial resistance and animal welfare, amongst others.

Friday, June 23, 2017 / SENASICA / Mexico.
http://www.gob.mx/senasica

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