Khoury represents Aoun at Lebanese Wine Day in Zurich

The Ministry of Agriculture, in collaboration with the Lebanese Embassy in Switzerland, has organized a new Lebanese Wine Day in the Swiss city of Zurich, in presence of Caretaker Minister of Economy and Trade Raed Khoury, representing President Michel...

The Ministry of Agriculture, in collaboration with the Lebanese Embassy in Switzerland, has organized a new Lebanese Wine Day in the Swiss city of Zurich, in presence of Caretaker Minister of Economy and Trade Raed Khoury, representing President Michel Aoun, and Director General of the Ministry of Agriculture, Louis Lahoud.

In a word delivered on the occasion, Lahoud maintained that the Agriculture Ministry will carry on backing the Lebanese wine, hailing the wine producers who have invested in developing their industry.

"The Lebanese wine has become a special ambassador for Lebanon to the world's markets," he said, inviting the Lebanese Diaspora to promote for this national product.

For his part, Khoury extolled the Agriculture Ministry's success in organizing the Lebanese Wine Day, adding that his ministry will carry on coordination with the concerned sides in order to protect and develop the Lebanese wine.

Source: National News Agency

Khoury represents Aoun at Lebanese Wine Day in Zurich

The Ministry of Agriculture, in collaboration with the Lebanese Embassy in Switzerland, has organized a new Lebanese Wine Day in the Swiss city of Zurich, in presence of Caretaker Minister of Economy and Trade Raed Khoury, representing President Michel...

The Ministry of Agriculture, in collaboration with the Lebanese Embassy in Switzerland, has organized a new Lebanese Wine Day in the Swiss city of Zurich, in presence of Caretaker Minister of Economy and Trade Raed Khoury, representing President Michel Aoun, and Director General of the Ministry of Agriculture, Louis Lahoud.

In a word delivered on the occasion, Lahoud maintained that the Agriculture Ministry will carry on backing the Lebanese wine, hailing the wine producers who have invested in developing their industry.

"The Lebanese wine has become a special ambassador for Lebanon to the world's markets," he said, inviting the Lebanese Diaspora to promote for this national product.

For his part, Khoury extolled the Agriculture Ministry's success in organizing the Lebanese Wine Day, adding that his ministry will carry on coordination with the concerned sides in order to protect and develop the Lebanese wine.

Source: National News Agency