Western ag leaders tension significance of trade amidst pandemic

Ag ministers from Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Mexico and the US banded together to stress the importance of maintaining trade flows 
 and their commitment to remaining reliable suppliers to food and ag products to the world during the pandemic.

Prime agricultural officers symbolizing Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Mexico and the United States joined alongside one another in underscoring the value of maintaining trade flows during the pandemic.

The assertion was issued following the virtual G-20 Agriculture and Water Ministers Conference hosted by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on Sept. 12. The countries also emphasised their determination to remaining trustworthy suppliers to foodstuff and ag goods to the world.

“We, the Agriculture Ministers of Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Mexico and the United States, express our deepest condolences for the tragic loss of life remaining endured about the entire world as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic and express our solid appreciation for all workers in the well being, agricultural and other front-line sectors, who selflessly dedicate their efforts to the gain of other people.”

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