Farmers from South Africa want to come to the Crimea to exchange experience in winemaking

© RIA Novosti / Sergey Mangalapura in photobacteria winery UPPA Winery in his Native village, Balaklavsky district of Sevastopol. Archival photoFarmers from South Africa want to come to the Crimea to exchange experience in winemaking© RIA Novosti / Sergey Mangalapura the image Bank

The farmers of South Africa are ready to come to Crimea to exchange experience in the field of production of wine and oysters, said in an interview with RIA Novosti Executive Director of the Federation of agricultural associations of South Africa AgriSA OMRI van Zyl.

«Yes, we are ready to come to Crimea. I’m sure it will be a rich experience for farmers of both countries. We in South Africa are always ready to share knowledge and trade secrets,» said he.

According to him, South Africa are exploring opportunities to diversify markets and create a partnership, and Russia seems very promising in terms of future cooperation.

«The Russian agricultural sector is very interesting to us, and we are also interested in the Russian market. We have products that you do not produce in Russia. For example, tropical fruits – mango, lychee, nuts. So I think we would be interested in cooperation. And Russia is also considering South Africa as a promising destination for investment,» he said.

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