Import of Indian Uttar Pradesh mango to Iran; Indian mango Uttar Pradesh on its way to Iran, Trade Development Organization announced the conditions for legal import of mango from India to the country’s customs; In the past, this product was imported from Pakistan.
According to Tejarat News, Seyed Jamal Modarresi Darreh, Director General of the Deputy Minister of Trade and Agricultural Development of the Ministry of Jihad Agriculture, sent a letter to Aliabadi Farahani, Director General of the Export and Import Regulation Office of the Trade Development Organization of Iran, announcing “quarantine conditions for importing mangoes from India.”
In this letter, it is stated: Attached to the photo letter No. 3826/730 dated 2/18/96 of the Iranian Plant Protection Organization, the subject of announcing the quarantine conditions for importing mango fruit from India, reminds the import of the above product from the country mentioned in the list of goods. It is at moderate quarantine risk and its performance is subject to compliance with the announced quarantine conditions, as well as visits and inspections by quarantine experts at the border of entry and customs clearance for execution at the relevant points. Order that the mentioned cases be notified to the relevant authorities for implementation.
Therefore, the report following this letter, Ali Aliabadi Farahani, Director General of the Export and Import Regulations Office of the Trade Development Organization, also sent a letter to the Director General of the Center for Import and Free Zones of the Customs of the Islamic Republic of Iran. Dated 3/24/2017, the Ministry of Jihad for Agriculture announces the quarantine conditions for importing mango fruits from India:
The import of the mentioned product is in the list of goods with medium quarantine risk and is subject to the observance of quarantine conditions as well as the visit of quarantine experts at the entry border (customs clearance). Order the necessary action to be taken in accordance with the relevant rules and regulations.
“When the mango season starts in March, different types of Indian mangoes will have opportunities to export,” said Dik Singh, president of the Indian Agricultural and Food Export Development Association, in a March report last year. “But when mangoes are produced from the northern parts of India in late June and July, there will be no more demand, which will lead to lower profitability for farmers.”
“So we have decided to promote these types of mangoes (Daseri, Chaosha and Yangda) in different countries. “If everything goes according to plan, mangoes produced in Uttar Pradesh will be exported to Iran this year.”