Translated by the New York Post
The Saudi authorities issued an official decision to ban Turkish goods, which increases the intensity of the boycott campaign that is taking a popular form towards Turkey.
As of November 15, Saudi Arabia imposed a ban on poultry and poultry products from Turkey, as well as red meat and its products, table eggs, milk and dairy products, and fish and their products.
Turkey Time newspaper reported, according to what was translated by the New Turk Post, that the commercial advisor at the Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia informed the Turkish Exporters Association that he had received a memorandum regarding the decision to suspend imports of animal products of Turkey.
The memo stated that the Food and Drug Authority decided from November 15, 2020 to stop importing beef, lamb, white meat and their products from Turkey, fish and aquatic products, and milk and milk substitutes made from grains, eggs, legumes, honey and its derivatives to Saudi Arabia.
The letter sent from the General Administration of Food and Drug at the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry revealed that “in this context, a veterinary health certificate must not be issued from today’s date for the products specified above to be exported by the Food and Drug General Authority to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.”
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