Deputy Minister of Mida reveals that the goal is to reach 90 thousand hectares of rice last year


Rognoni updated that last week a ship that arrived from the United States with 600,000 quintals of paddy rice to be processed by national mills was unloaded, and it has come to reinforce the national inventory.

The Deputy Minister of Agricultural Development (Mida), Carlo Rognoni, addressed this Thursday the issue of the shortage of first class rice in various commercial establishments, which is regulated at 0.40 cents per pound.

Rognoni updated that last week a ship that arrived from the United States with 600,000 quintals of paddy rice to be processed by national mills was unloaded, and it has come to reinforce the national inventory.

He said that rice harvesting has already begun, so the Directorate of Agriculture is constantly monitoring the area planted.

“The goal that we have as a ministry and together with the producers is to reach 90 thousand hectares last year, which has been affected by the closures,” he said.

He stressed that before the road closures, there were more than 2 thousand hectares above.

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