MONTREAL, CANADA--(Marketwire - March 03, 2010) - Bio-Solutions Corp. (OTCBB: BISU) is happy to announce that today, its President & CEO Dr. Chaumillon, has left for Africa and will be visiting the Countries of Burkina Faso, Mali and The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Dr Chaumillon will be meeting with Local governments, and several ministries, most importantly the ministry of agriculture and environment.
During this mission, Dr Chaumillon will meet with Mr Diallo, Bio-Solutions Corp advisory committee member. " Mr Diallo has an extensive knowledge of numerous African countries and he will help us refine our market penetration strategy to adjust to the situation in each countries".
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