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Bulgaria announced the facts of violations of the licensing regime for the export of Ukrainian agricultural products

Sunflower Seed
Published Feb 15, 2024

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Bulgaria has identified violations of Ukraine's export licensing regime for sunflower, rapeseed, corn, and wheat seeds by certain companies. The names of these companies will be officially handed over to Ukraine. Bulgarian Minister of Agriculture and Food, Kyryll Vatev, has voiced his disagreement with Ukraine's decision to simplify the sunflower export licensing regime, vowing to safeguard the interests of Bulgarian farmers. Both ministers have agreed to continue sharing data on agricultural product trade between the two nations.
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Bulgaria discovered the facts of violation by some companies of the licensing regime for the export of sunflower, rapeseed, corn and wheat seeds introduced by Ukraine. This was stated by the Minister of Agriculture and Food of the country Kyryll Vatev during an online meeting with the Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine Mykola Solskyi, reports the press service of the Ministry of Agriculture of Bulgaria. As K. Vatyev said during the meeting, the names of the companies that violated the license regime will be officially transferred to Ukraine. For his part, M. Solskyi reminded that according to the decision of the Ukrainian government, companies that carry out interrupted transit lose the right to export for half a year. In addition, K. Vatev reminded the disagreement of the Bulgarian side with the Ukrainian government's decision to simplify the sunflower export licensing regime and emphasized that the ministry will protect the interests of Bulgarian farmers in this ...
Source: Agravery
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