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Ukraine: Violators of grain export rules to the EU may already be punished

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Published Feb 2, 2024

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Starting February 1, 2024, new export rules for agricultural products to certain EU countries including Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, and Bulgaria will be implemented in Ukraine. The rules stipulate that exporters will lose their verification rights in case of violation, leading to their removal from the list of verified exporters. They can reapply only after a six-month period. Since November 10, the Ministry of Agrarian Policy has added approximately 2.5 thousand businesses to the list of verified agricultural exporters.
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New rules for the export of agricultural products to certain EU countries, according to which exporters will be deprived of the right to verify their products in case of violation, will come into force in Ukraine on February 1, 2024. This was announced on TV by First Deputy Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food Taras Vysotskyi. He recalled that on November 10, 2023, Ukraine introduced an updated procedure for the export of grains, oilseeds and their products to ensure guaranteed exports by transparent and honest companies. Mr. Vysotsky said that being on the list of verified exporters allows exporting grains, oilseeds and their products without additional procedures and without obtaining a license. “If an enterprise is not on the list of certified exporters, it must submit a separate package of documents to obtain a license and undergo an even more detailed procedure for studying, analyzing and confirming its integrity and right to export,” the deputy minister said. Thus, Ukraine ...
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