Argentina opens Moroccan market for bovine embryo exports
The Ministry confirmed this after the National Service of Health and Agri-Food Quality (Senasa) signed the sanitary protocols with the National Office of Health Security of Morroco.
Argentina's secretary of government Luis Miguel Etchevehere stressed "the importance of opening new markets in an increasingly demanding world of quality products, because it ratifies the role of our country as a reliable provider of both food as innovation and agro-industrial development ".
The sanitary protocols for the entry of frozen bovine embryos, bovine semen and frozen bubaline, and bovine reproducers, to Morocco, were signed during an official hearing by the undersecretary of Agricultural Markets, of the Secretariat of Agribusiness of the Nation, Jesus Silveyra, also representing Senasa, with the authorities of the National Office of Health Security of Morocco (ONSSA).
The Artificial Insemination Centers must be registered in Senasa in order to be able to export bovine genetic material to Morocco.
Senasa complies with international recommendations for the collection and treatment of bovine semen from the Terrestrial Code of the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE).
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