Ukraine cancels export licensing for meat, eggs, rye, oats, millet
MOSCOW. May 16 (Interfax) - The Ukrainian authorities have canceled the need to obtain licenses for exporting live cattle, chicken meat, frozen beef, as well as meat and edible meat by-products, and flour from them, Ukrainian media reported, citing the government.
The corresponding amendments to the list of goods that are subject to licensing for export and import in 2023 were made as per the resolution of Ukraine's Cabinet of Ministers, dated May 12. The relevant document was published on the government website.
Liberalization also applies to exporting eggs, rye, oats, and millet.
Exports of buckwheat, sugar, and mineral fertilizers are still subject to licensing.