Ukraine officially introduced grain export licensing to 5 Eastern European countries

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In order to verify and approve the export of certain agricultural goods to Bulgaria, Romania, Slovakia, Hungary, and Poland, by resolution dated September 19 No. 1020, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine introduced licensing of export of certain goods to the specified countries. This was reported by the State Customs Service of Ukraine on September 28

In particular, the Resolution of the CMU dated December 27, 2022 No. 1466 “On approval of the lists of goods, the export, and import of which are subject to licensing, and quotas for 2023” was supplemented by Appendix 6, which includes the following items:

1001 99 00 00 – wheat and a mixture of wheat and rye (meslin), others;

1005 90 00 00 – corn, others;

1205 10 90 00, 1205 90 00 – rapeseed, crushed or not crushed: rapeseed with a low erucic acid content; others;

1206 00 91 00, 1206 00 99 00 – rapeseed, crushed or not crushed: rapeseed with a low erucic acid content; others.

Resolution No. 1020 entered into force on the day of its official publication.

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