15 May 2024 12:37

Volume of Ukrainian 'sensitive' agricultural exports to EU published

MOSCOW. May 15 (Interfax) - Ukraine will supply poultry, eggs, sugar, oats, cereals, corn and honey based on average export volumes recorded in the second half of 2021 and throughout 2022-2023 until the autonomous trade measures approved by the European Union expire on June 5, 2025, Ukrainian media said, citing the press service for the Ukrainian Agrarian Policy and Food Ministry.

According to Article 4 (7) of the Regulation on Autonomous Trade Measures for Ukraine, the delivery of 57,101 tonnes of poultry, 9,662 tonnes of eggs, 109,439 tonnes of sugar, 18,507 tonnes of honey, 4.648 million tonnes of corn, 1,017 tonnes of oats and 8,603 tonnes of cereals would be allowed duty-free between June 6, 2024, and June 5, 2025.

As reported, the Council of the European Union gave a final approval on Monday to extend duty-free trade for Ukraine, mostly for agricultural goods, for another 12 months starting in June 2024.