Egypt to import livestock from Djibouti

Egypt mostly imports cattle and camels from Djibouti
calendar icon 15 May 2023
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Egypt has agreed to import livestock from Djibouti, Supply Minister Ali Moselhy said on Sunday, after military clashes within trading partner Sudan, reported Reuters

Moselhy said there was some concern over livestock imports from Sudan, but that Egypt has secured between 3,000 and 4,000 animals at the Sudan-Egypt border.

Egypt currently has livestock reserves to last 3.5 months, Moselhy added.

Egypt mostly imports cattle and camels from Djibouti.

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