On Friday, Lithuanian Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevičius said that China will allow Lithuanian dairy products to enter the Chinese market and that Chinese certificates will soon reach Lithuania.
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“On the last day of my visit to China, the head of the Chinese veterinary service informed me that the decision regarding a certificate for dairy products has already been made and that the documents will be prepared next week. China is opening the doors to its enormous market for us. This is a great success for Lithuania, and I hope that milk producers and exporters will make use of this enormous opportunity,” Butkevičius said after meeting Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang.

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