Ukraine presented a plan to coordinate the export of its grain to the Visegrad Group countries

Updated Sep 27, 2023
Minister of Agrarian Policy of Ukraine Nikolai Solsky presented to the countries of the Visegrad Group (Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic) Kyiv’s proposal to regulate the export of Ukrainian grain. This was reported by the press service of the Ministry of Agrarian Policy.
“Ukraine has developed a procedure for verifying the export of four agricultural crops in accordance with the decision of the European Commission. And so far it does not export agricultural products to five border countries without their approval,” says a message on the department’s website following an online meeting between Solsky and the ministers of agriculture of the Visegrad Group countries. As the ministry noted, Solsky insists that the mechanism developed by Kiev for approving each export shipment is “maximally constructive” and takes into account the interests of all parties. He said that Ukraine has already sent proposals to neighboring countries on how exactly this mechanism will operate. The response has so far only come from Romania, the minister added, without specifying the essence of the response received. In the morning, the CTK agency reported that today the ministers of agriculture of the Visegrad Group countries are discussing Ukraine’s action plan to ensure ...
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