Restrictions on Ukrainian cereal exports to the EU expire

Updated Sep 26, 2023
The European Commission analyzed data on the effect of exports of four categories of agricultural products on the EU market and came to the conclusion that, thanks to the work of the coordination platform, which brought together Ukraine, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Romania and the European Commission, and the temporary measures introduced on 2 May 2023, market distortions have disappeared in the five Member States bordering Ukraine. As a result, the following was agreed: The current measures expired on September 15th. Ukraine agreed to introduce legal measures, for example, a system of export licenses, within a period of thirty days, to avoid increases in cereal exports. Until then, Ukraine must apply, from September 16, 2023, effective measures to control the export of four groups of products in order to avoid market distortions in neighboring Member States. Ukraine will submit an action plan to the platform no later than September 18, 2023. The European ...
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