Environment Minister Attends Signing of Investment Agreements worth over SAR4 Billion at Middle East Poultry Expo

Riyadh: Minister of Environment, Water and Agriculture Eng. Abdul Rahman bin Abdulmohsen Al-Fadhli attended the signing of several agreements in the poultry sector. These agreements aim to stimulate investment in the poultry industry and enhance food security. The volume of these investments exceeds SAR4 billion.

The signing ceremony took place on the sidelines of the Middle East Poultry Expo, which commenced yesterday and will continue for three days at the Riyadh International Convention and Exhibition Center, under the theme “Maximizing Value and Reducing Costs: Value Engineering in the Poultry Industry.”

These agreements represent a significant shift towards enhancing agricultural development and encouraging investment in the poultry sector in the Kingdom. They also provide an opportunity to achieve self-sufficiency and enhance food security to mark an important step towards diversifying income sources in the Kingdom in line with the objectives of the Saudi Vision 2030.

The Middle East Poultry Expo is
the largest and most significant specialized exhibition in the poultry industry. This year, it hosts more than 300 companies from 40 countries. It features the participation of a selection of global companies and experts in the poultry, feed, and animal health and nutrition sectors. The expo aims to promote the adoption of modern technologies, exchange expertise and practices in the industry and related industries, develop the poultry industry, and enhance investment opportunities in the sector to increase local production in line with the National Food Security Strategy.

Source: Saudi Press Agency