Skip to main content

El Salvador has received 100 t of fertilizer from Morocco

Published by , Editorial Assistant
World Fertilizer,


El Salvador has received 100 t of fertilizers from Morocco that will contribute to agricultural production and food security in the country.

The bilateral cooperation relations that the Government of President Bukele maintains with various international partners continue to bring benefits for the population and the development of key sectors of El Salvador.

One of these is precisely the agricultural sector, which will be enhanced with the contribution of a donation of 100 t of fertilizers delivered to El Salvador by the people and Government of the Kingdom of Morocco.

This collaboration is extremely important to increase the productivity of El Salvador’s fields, as well as to guarantee the food security of Salvadorans. Likewise, it reflects the solid ties of friendship and joint work that both nations are building.

"As you know, for President Bukele, agriculture is a key area and of great importance for national interests, therefore, we are extremely pleased with this donation, which will contribute to achieving the objectives set in agricultural matters in the country," said the Vice Minister of Foreign Relations, Adriana Mira, who participated as an honorary witness in the delivery of these supplies.

The diplomat stressed that this support is part of the cooperation framework that is in force with this country on the African continent, which is aligned with the development objectives of both states.

“Through the implementation of this initiative, we will be strengthening productive, professional and entrepreneurial skills in the agricultural sector. This contribution will also bring good results for our economy, it will improve crop yields and will allow for greater agricultural production,” said the Vice Chancellor of the Republic.

Similarly, he thanked the Kingdom of Morocco, a country that provides its support to El Salvador through financial and technical cooperation projects in different areas.

While the interim Minister of Agriculture and Livestock, Óscar Guardado, said that this administration "is working to dignify our farmers" and that the fertilizers "will be taken to Salvadoran families that carry out agricultural production in our country, who guarantee safety food”.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/special-reports/25082023/el-salvador-has-received-100-tonnes-of-fertilizers-from-morocco/

You might also like

 EnviroTech

Ready to revolutionise the cement industry?

Join our sister publication, World Cement, in Lisbon, 10 – 13 March 2024, for their first in-person conference and exhibition: EnviroTech.

This exclusive knowledge and networking event will bring together cement producers, industry leaders, technical experts, analysts, and other stakeholders to discuss the latest technologies, processes, and policies being deployed at the forefront of the cement industry’s efforts to reduce its environmental footprint.

Get your early bird tickets NOW »

 

Fertilizer additives market surges to US$3.34 billion in 2023

Worldwide demand for fertilizer additives accounts for a market valuation of US$ 3.34 billion in 2023 and is forecasted to reach US$ 4.7 billion by 2033-end. Over the next ten years, the global fertilizer additives market is projected to rise at 3.4% CAGR.

 
 

Embed article link: (copy the HTML code below):


 

This article has been tagged under the following:

Fertilizer project news