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BURAK TAN: AGROEXPO WILL BRING WORLD AND TURKISH AGRICULTURE TOGETHER FOR THE 17th TIME

Bringing together 774 brand participants and 126 thousand 332 visitors from 80 countries this year, the “Agroexpo International Agriculture and Livestock Fair”, one of Europe’s largest agricultural events, will bring Turkish agriculture and world agriculture together for the 17th time.

Burak Tan

Agroexpo International Agriculture and Livestock Fair will take place between 2-6 February 2022. The Fair, which will be organized by Orion Fuarcılık A.Ş. (Orion Fairs Inc.), is preparing to bring Turkish agriculture together with world agriculture for the 17th time.

While the trade volume is estimated to reach 2 billion dollars this year, 300 thousand visitors are expected in 5 days. However, health precautions were not forgotten at the event, where important domestic and foreign buyers, manufacturers and sector representatives will come together. While it is stated that the entrances will be made only with online tickets (www.agroexpo.com.tr), HEPP code inquiries will be made at the gate entrances too.

The main theme of Agroexpo: Agriculture and climate strategies…

It is also designed that the panel, in which agriculture and climate strategies will be the subject, and speakers with important equipment in this field will participate, will make a big impact. It was stated that many topics will take place in the panel, from the effects of water resources on agriculture to the effects of climate on animal husbandry.

Burak Tan, Orion Fairs General Manager, noted that there was an 80 percent increase in Fair online invitations. Tan added that a significant part of the importing companies and purchasing committees invited from more than 100 countries, especially Iraq, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Qatar, Algeria, Egypt, Iran, Bulgaria, Poland, Morocco, Russia and Ukraine, will participate in the Exhibition.

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