"These inspections are part of the mission of the E union during monthly visits," said Ricardo Santin, president of the Brazilian Chicken and Pork Association, ABPA.
“European parties will take corrective action to improve inspections in Brazil” Cristina continued.
These measures will be taken after Europeans ban the import of chicken meat from 20 producers from Brazil in 2018.
Tereza Cristina Corrêa da Costa Dias, the country's agriculture minister, has recently put a series of measures that will reduce the role of government inspections in the production of chicken meat. An issue that experts believe could reduce political interference in this sector.
The European Union has recently agreed to reduce barriers to 82 percent of agricultural imports in the framework of the Mercosur agreement.
Experts believe that the importance of the European Chicken meat market of Brazil today is huge, and if the agreement implemented, 400 to 500 million dollars will come to Brazilian producers.