Despite the unfavourable developments globally, there are no risks to food supply security in Türkiye thanks to measures in place, said the Food and Agricultural Products Monitoring and Assessment Committee in a statement on Sept. 14.
Treasury and Finance Minister Nureddin Nebati, Agriculture Minister Vahit Kirişçi, Trade Minister Mehmet Muş, Ibrahim Senel, the head of Strategy and Budget Presidency and Central Bank Governor Şahap Kavcıoğlu attended the committee meeting.
“Committee members were briefed on the progress made in implementing the decisions taken in the previous gatherings. The latest developments with regard to the prices and supplies of food and agricultural products in local and international markets were discussed,” the statement added.
“It was stressed that thanks to the implementation of the decisions that were made in the previous committee meetings, food supply security continues to remain intact.”
Food security will continue to be ensured by taking all necessary measures in coordinated efforts between relevant authorities, it added.