Ukrainian farmers are forced to compete with third world countries

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Published Feb 29, 2024

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Ukrainian farmers are not competing with European farmers in the EU market, but with non-EU countries, due to factors such as price, cost, and quality, according to First Deputy Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food, Taras Vysotskyi. He highlighted that 86% of Ukraine's agricultural exports are shipped via sea routes through the Danube region and Great Odesa ports. However, the complex logistics involved pose challenges for Ukrainian farmers in selling their products to German consumers.
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Ukrainian farmers compete on the European market with colleagues from third world countries, not with European farmers. This was stated by First Deputy Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food Taras Vysotskyi on the air of the telethon. According to him, Ukrainian producers cannot displace European farmers from the EU market. The representative of Minagro urged not to discredit Ukrainian agricultural products. Taras Vysotsky emphasized that Ukrainian farmers are forced to compete with non-EU countries due to price, cost and quality. According to the calculations of the first deputy minister, as of January of this year, 86% of agricultural products are exported by Ukraine via the sea route through the ports of the Danube region and Great Odesa. However, according to Taras Vysotskyi, it is difficult for Ukrainian farmers, for example, to sell agricultural products to German consumers due to complex logistics. According to the specialist, the European Union imports similar products from ...
Source: Agropolit
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