Al-Samei inaugurates Yemeni Coffee Festival for Shopping

Publish March 4, 2022
finance & economy

SANA'A, March 03 (Saba) - Member of the Supreme Political Counc Sultan Al-Samei on Thursday inaugurated the Yemeni coffee festival for shopping in Al-Sabeen Park in the capitalSana'a, under the slogan 'We salute history and sow hope.'

During the inauguration of the three-day festival organized by the Higher Agricultural and Fisheries Committee and the Ministry of Agriculture, Al-Samei affirmed that Yemeni coffee is one of the best types of coffee in the world.

Al-Samei indicated that the price of one kilogram of the finest Yemeni coffee has reached 500 dollars.

The Supreme Political Member praised the role of the Coffee Research Center of the Agriculture Ministry in educating farmers and helping them to produce the best and finest types of coffee in large quantities.

He urged the ministry on guiding farmers and making them aware of the good varieties of coffee to enable this strategic crop to compete in global markets.

The festival is one of the activities for the development of coffee as a strategic and monetary product that feeds the national economy.

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