Russia presents ‘Green Corridor’ for Egypt, Jordan, and Turkey Produce

Russia is offering to create a ‘green corridor’ with Egypt, Jordan, and Turkey to facilitate the supply of fruit and vegetables from these countries to the Russian market, president of Russia’s Federal Customs Service announced.

The Russian Federal Customs official Andrei Belyaninov stated in his speech at the state parliament that his country issued the proposal to Egypt, Jordan, Turkey as well as Azerbaijan, to facilitate the supply of perishable products and ensure their freshness on arrival, the Sputnik’s Arabic edition reported.

There are other countries, like Syria, also seek to create a “green corridor” with Russia, so as to facilitate the transfer of goods and agricultural products to Moscow, since the size of the Russian market is estimated at €12 billion per year.