Vietnamese and foreign agricultural products will be introduced at the 23rd Vietnam International Agriculture Trade Fair (AgroViet 2023) which will be held in Hanoi from September 14-17.
There are about 200 booths and nearly 1,000 sq.m for displaying high-quality products from localities across Vietnam and other countries such as China, the Republic of Korea, Australia, Russia, and ASEAN nations.
Director of the Vietnam Trade Promotion Centre for Agriculture Nguyen Minh Tien speaking at the press conference.
Speaking at a press briefing to announce the trade fair on September 6, Director of the Vietnam Trade Promotion Centre for Agriculture under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development Nguyen Minh Tien said that with the theme “Connecting value chains, developing ecological, sustainable agriculture”, the fair is expected to boost international cooperation, promote Vietnamese products and brand names.
It will also help enterprises and cooperatives to further exploit domestic and export markets, he said.
The latest technological advances, agricultural equipment and machines will be also introduced at the fair.
Agriculture Minister buys lychee tree in Luc Ngan
With deep impression on “Lychee tree in home garden” model, Minister of
Agriculture and Rural Development Le Minh Hoan bought lychee tree in the garden
of Nguyen Van Son in Quy Son commune, Luc Ngan district (Bac Giang province).
Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Le Minh Hoan pays working visit to Bac Giang province
(BGO)- On June 4, the
delegation of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) led by
Le Minh Hoan, member of the Party Central Committee, MARD Minister inspected
implementation of the National Target Programmes on building new-style rural
areas, socio-economic development in ethnic minority and mountainous areas and
sustainable poverty reduction in Luc Ngan district and visited some lychee growing
models in northern province of Bac Giang.
Vietnam, Italy cooperate to promote green agriculture
A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed between the Vietnam’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and Italian multinational energy company Eni S.p.A in Hanoi on May 23, aiming to promote sustainable development of forests and agricultural activities.
Application of AI technology to develop modern and sustainable agriculture
Using artificial intelligence (AI) can help farmers optimize production processes, increase yields and reduce costs, while minimizing negative impacts on the environment, thereby contributing to promoting the development of modern and sustainable agriculture, according to Dr. Tran Quy, Director of the Vietnam Institute of Digital Economy Development.