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FAO Director-General meets the country's Minister for Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries

4 October 2016, Rome - FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva today met Charles J. Tizeba, Minister for Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries of Tanzania, who joined other Agriculture and Trade Ministers and government officials and experts, to attend a high-level meeting on agricultural commodity prices at FAO's headquarters in Rome.

Talks focused on ways to go beyond food self-sufficiency to explore the country's food exports potential, and the impact of

FAO Director-General meets Trade Minister of Papua New Guinea

4 October 2016, Rome - FAO Director-General today met Richard Maru, Minister for Trade, Commerce and Industry of the Independent State of Papua New Guinea, in Rome to attend

"Our discussion focused on ways to build sustainable agriculture in an open and transparent global market setting given the special needs of under developed and developing nations and the impact climate change has had in agriculture in our respective countries, the Minister

Review of bilateral cooperation

FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva today met Tofail Ahmed, Minister for Commerce of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, who was in Rome to attend a high-level meeting on agricultural commodity prices at FAO's headquarters in Rome, for talks that focused on bilateral cooperation to develop the agricultural sector.

Watch the Minister's remarks following the meeting:

Chairperson Sesay shares main outcomes with FAO Director-General

30 September 2016, Rome- FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva today met Joseph Sam Sesay, Chairperson of COAG and Special Adviser to the President of the Republic Sierra Leone, for talks that focused on main outcomes at FAO's Committee on Agriculture which took place this week in Rome. 

Watch his remarks following the meeting:

 

 

El Ministro de Agricultura destaca el potencial “desconocido” de las distintas familias de camélidos para la seguridad alimentaria y nutricional

Roma, 29 de septiembre de 2016 - El Ministro de Desarrollo Rural y Tierras de Bolivia, César Cocarico, destacó hoy en la FAO el “potencial desconocido” de los camélidos ­- llamas, alpacas, vicuñas, guanacos, dromedarios y camellos domésticos y silvestres - para la seguridad alimentaria y nutricional y para el desarrollo de las sociedades rurales.

Durante una reunión con el Director General de la FAO, José Graziano da Silva, Cocarico