MINSK, 28 March (BelTA) – There are no overstocked warehouses of agricultural products, Agriculture and Food Minister Igor Brylo told the Belarus 1 TV channel, BelTA informs.
“The deliveries to China became a little complicated, because we usually transported meat products through the Port of Odessa. It was our major logistics hub for these products. We delivered dairy products to China by rail. We are currently negotiating with the Chinese side a possibility to supply meat products by rail. Now we are considering various options, including deliveries to Vladivostok by rail, deliveries by sea. Logistics is slightly complicated. Meat products are affected the most. Yet, Russia and other countries make up for the lost markets to some extent. I think that in the coming month we will sort out all these logistics issues related to the product supply to the People's Republic of China,” Igor Brylo said.
The minister went on saying: “Today, no matter how difficult it is in the world and in the neighboring countries, there is no overstocking in warehouses. Products are being sold. We have no problems with export and sale,” he added.