Ukraine to increase agricultural commodities supplies to the EU
The EU Free Trade Zone creation allows Ukraine to increase agricultural commodities supplies to the EU by 10-15% annually, declared the Deputy General Director of the Ukrainian Agrarian Confederation, Oleksandr Yaroslavsky.
The expert mentioned, that in future the EU market will compansate Ukraine the loss of the Russian market.
O.Yaroslavsky added that only 64% of commoditues is compatible with the European norms, in the food inductry – 40%. Thus, the stated issue is the major problem for the domestic agricultural commodities.
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