State Food and Grain Corporation of Ukraine declared on information provocation against the Sino-Ukrainian agricultural projects
PJSC State Food and Grain Corporation of Ukraine announced on organization of various attempts of the public purposeful misinformation about the implementation of the Sino-Ukrainian projects in agriculture field, declared the press-service of the Corporation on February 26.
The Corporation declares responsibly that it fulfills all the obligations under these agreements timely and fully. The leaders of the EXIM Bank of China and the main trading partner - Chinese corporation CCEC held the same opinion.
According to the available information of the press-service, the frankly sponsored and slanderous campaign against State Food and Grain Corporation of Ukraine was plotted by one of the advisers of N.Azarov (the former Prime Minister of Ukraine), a former Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Corporation O.Malich, who is suspected of initiating the corrupt plans and official malfeasance.
With regard to the situation that emerged and in order to minimize the risks in further implementation of joint Sino-Ukrainian projects as well as to prevent harm to the state interest, State Food and Grain Corporation of Ukraine addressed with the appropriate application to the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Embassy of China in Ukraine, Chinese trading partners.
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