Violators of grain export will be fined from February 1 in Ukraine

Published Feb 3, 2024

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Ukraine has implemented new export rules for agricultural products to certain European Union countries. Exporters who violate these rules will lose their verification rights, resulting in their removal from the list of verified exporters. They can reapply only after six months. Being a verified exporter allows companies to export grain, oil crops, and their processed products without needing additional procedures or licenses.
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New rules for the export of agricultural products to some countries of the European Union entered into force in Ukraine on February 1, according to which exporters will be deprived of the right to verification if they are violated. This was stated by the First Deputy Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine, Taras Vysotskyi, on the air of the national telethon, reports Interfax-Ukraine. According to him, in case of violation of the rules for the export of wheat, corn, rape and sunflower to Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria, the company will be excluded from the list of verified exporters and it can apply for inclusion in the list only after six months. "Until this moment, the enterprise will have to prepare a package of documents for each batch, obtain a license and confirm its integrity," said the first deputy minister. V. Vysotskyi also clarified that it is important for enterprises to be on the list of verified exporters, as this allows them to export grain ...
Source: Agravery
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