Ukraine may begin shipping barley and soybeans to China in the nearest future – N.Prysiazhnyuk
On September 18, in Beijing Nikolai Prysiazhnyuk, Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine, discussed with Chinese colleagues the possibility of expanding the range of agricultural commodities that may be exported to China. And by the end of the year there should be signed the protocol of phytosanitary requirements, which will allow shipping Ukrainian barley and soybeans to China, and since the next year - Ukrainian wheat and rapeseed.
According to N.Prysiazhnyuk, China may become one of the largest importers of Ukrainian grains. As a reminder, Ukraine already has a successful experience of maize supplies to China.
During the meeting, the parties also discussed the possibilities of obtaining phytosanitary requirements for the exports of Ukrainian livestock products and the prospects for expansion of cooperation in the field.
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