BUCHAREST, May 3 (Xinhua) -- The main objectives of Moldova's participation in the International Horticultural Expo 2019 in Beijing are to promote Moldovan products, stimulate trade and economic exchanges and attract Chinese investment in Moldovan agriculture, local media reported Friday, quoting the country's Ministry of Agriculture.
"The pavilion of our country covers about 125 square meters. Various agricultural products - wines, juices, dried fruits, walnuts, honey, teas and essential oils - are on display there," the local Accent TV quoted him as saying.
The Moldovan national pavilion is under the jurisdiction of the ministry and is supported by the National Office of Vine and Wine.
China is Moldova's sixth largest trading partner, representing more than 7 percent of the country's total trade. It is also one of the target markets for Moldovan wines and a major partner for Moldovan winemakers on the Asian continent, according to the ministry.