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Belarus extended licensing for the export of grain, including wheat and rye, for six months

Published Apr 12, 2024

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Belarus has announced an extension of its licensing requirements for the export of various grain crops, including wheat, rye, barley, and others, for an additional six months. This measure, overseen by the Ministry of Antimonopoly Regulation and Trade, applies to exports within and outside the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), aiming to prioritize the domestic market's needs. This extension continues the country's practice of regulating grain exports through licensing, which began in late September 2022 and has been in place throughout 2023.
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Belarus has extended licensing for the export of grain crops, including wheat, rye, barley, and buckwheat, for six months. The corresponding resolution of the Council of Ministers was published on the National Legal Internet Portal. "To establish that under one-time licenses <...> the export is carried out: outside the Republic of Belarus to the member states of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) of goods in accordance with the Appendix, regardless of their origin; outside the customs territory of the EAEU in the Republic of Belarus to the states , which are not member states of the EAEU, goods when they are placed under the customs export procedure,” the document says. The list of grains prohibited for export without a license also includes oats, corn, millet, triticale (a hybrid of wheat and rye - TASS note). The issuance of one-time licenses is carried out by the Ministry of Antimonopoly Regulation and Trade of Belarus in agreement with the regional and Minsk city ...
Source: Kvedomosti
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