Ukraine not to break the free trade agreement with the CIS – V.Pyatnitsky
Ukraine is not currently considering the issue on withdrawal from the free trade agreement with the CIS countries, declared Valery Pyatnitsky. Government's Commissioner for European Integration, on August 6.
According to him, Ukraine adequately responds to the trade measures, which Belarus imposes against Ukraine, and it does not lead to any significant reduction of trade relations.
Also, V.Pyatnitsky noted that Russia made many limitations for Ukrainian commodities imports on sanitary and phytosanitary reasons.
According to him, such actions of Russia are "selective usage of the rules, and creation of barriers to access of Ukrainian goods on the Russian market", and violate the basic rules of the World Trade Organization.
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