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The government is constantly working to improve the conditions for the import / transit of grain to the markets of the Member States of the European Union. Recently, there have been signals from market operators about the need to clarify the proper issuance of relevant permits.

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According to the Ministry of Economy of Ukraine, provided by the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the European Commission has taken a number of flexible measures to import / transit goods coming from Ukraine and that are subject to sanitary and veterinary and also food safety controls.

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 Ukraine and the United Kingdom have significant prospects in the liberalization of bilateral trade, increasing trade and developing the investment component of cooperation between the countries.

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Lithuania has abolished the verification of compliance with environmental standards for Ukrainian trucks. From now on, Ukrainian trucks of any age may cross Lithuania, but in good technical condition. This was reported by the Ukrainian Agrarian Council.

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Innovation Development Center, Office of Entrepreneurship and Export Development, national project Diia.

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs continues to create new opportunities for Ukrainian exporters and has completed the connection of all embassies to the new digital platform of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine NAZOVNI.

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Ukraine has offered to establish the Organization of Countries-Grain Exporters. Adviser to the Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine Markiyan Dmytrasevych informed about the goals of such an OPEC for grain during  the air of the national marathon UA razom. “We want the world's major grain exporters - the United States, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, Ukraine, the EU - to be united to protect their interests in the world market, ” - said Markiyan Dmytrasevich.

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Unlocking Ukrainian ports for food security will be a major Ukrainian issue on the World Trade Organization agenda. This was announced by the First Vice Prime Minister - Minister of Economy of Ukraine Yulia Svyridenko after a meeting with WTO Director General Ngozi Okondji-Iveala at the World Economic Forum.

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Since the beginning of the war, in some regions of Ukraine a project has been launched to provide consulting support to economic entities  that are forced to temporarily stop their activities in some parts of our country, where due to the armed aggression and which are under fire, and were forced to move to safer places.

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The European Parliament's Committee on International Trade has approved the suspension of EU import duties on Ukrainian products for a year to support Ukraine's economy. This was reported on the website of the European Parliament.

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