According to a reporters question, Canadian Foreign Minister Fryland said recently that the cancellation of the qualification of a Canadian enterprise to export rapeseed to China by the General Administration of Customs of China was worrying, saying that I do not believe there is any scientific basis for this. What is Chinas comment on this?
In this regard, Lu Kong said that it is responsible to say that the above-mentioned decision of the Chinese government must be well-founded. It is understood that the Chinese Customs has recently detected many dangerous pests in rapeseed imported from Canada, and the quarantine problem of rapeseed exported by one of the enterprises is particularly serious. Under such circumstances, the Chinese Customs has made a decision to suspend imports in accordance with laws, regulations and international practices, which is completely reasonable and legitimate. As the worlds largest rapeseed producer and exporter of rapeseed and rapeseed oil, Canada is sure to understand that once pests are introduced, they pose a serious threat to agricultural production and ecological security. So, like any other country, the Chinese government also needs to safeguard the health and safety of its citizens.
Source of this article: Peng Mei News Responsible Editor: Shi Jianlei_NBJ11331