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Bulgaria agreed on licensing sunflower from Ukraine

Canola Seed & Rapeseed
Published Dec 5, 2023

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Bulgarian and Ukrainian ministers have agreed to implement a licensing regime for the export of sunflower, rapeseed, corn, and wheat seeds. The Ministry of Agriculture and Food in Bulgaria has limited the import of these agricultural products until November 30th, fulfilling its promise to protesting farmers. The licensing regime will also include other agricultural products such as powdered milk, frozen raspberries, and honey.
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Minister Vatiev and Minister of Ukraine Solskyi agreed on the introduction of a licensing regime for the export of sunflower, rapeseed, corn and wheat seeds During an online meeting, the Minister of Agriculture and Food Kyrylo Vatyev and the Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine Mykola Solsky agreed on the details of the introduction of the licensing regime for the export of sunflower, rapeseed, corn and wheat seeds. The Ministry of Agriculture and Food fulfilled its promise to limit the import of these agricultural products as much as possible until November 30, according to the Memorandum concluded between the government and the Initiative Committee of the protesting farmers, Minister Vatiev said. He emphasized that after this deadline, both parties will strictly monitor that there are no market distortions, and that the interests of Bulgarian producers, processors and consumers are not undermined. Imports and data exchanges between the two countries continue to be ...
Source: Agroconf
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