DAMASCUS, Syria, June 10 – Undaunted by the unjust economic siege imposed on Syria, the factories of veterinary medicines continued to produce medicines covering 90 percent of the local market’s needs.
On top of that, they have been able to export their products to 32 Arab and foreign countries, Minister of Agriculture, Ahmed al-Qadiri, said.
The veterinary medicines, produced by the Syrian factories, are distinguished by their high quality and effectiveness, al-Qadiri stressed, during a meeting with owners of the factories.
He underlined the importance of continuing the production process, improving the performance and developing the production, to be able to compete with other products in local and foreign markets.
He also called for setting a future vision for the next stage, and a methodology of teamwork in a way that would be reflected positively on the quality and reputation of the Syrian veterinary medicine.