Sunday, 16 June 2019

Within two years, Qatar has become self-sufficient in the fresh poultry  

Qatar has become self-sufficient in the production of fresh poultry products.


The country has now become fully self-sufficient in the fresh poultry and is also trying to take export markets for its surplus production. By the year 2017, the country has been able to produce 10% of its needs in this sector.

Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Egypt have unilaterally blocked direct flights, maritime and border trade since 2017 by claiming its support for terrorism, and Qatar was forced to Rebuild its economy.

While experts believe that following these sanctions, Qatar has been able to revive a large part of its territory, mainly from the sand, since June 2017.

Meanwhile, Qatar hopes to be self-sufficient in preparing 70 percent of its food needs by 2023, and the government has set up the Food Security Authority to achieve this goal.

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