Trade ministry to hold talks with Egypt on removing restrictions on Ukrainian steel exports
Ukraine's Ministry of Economic Development and Trade plans to hold talks with Egypt to discuss expanding trade and economic cooperation between the two countries, including on removing restrictions on the supply of Ukrainian steel products.
According to a ministry press release, Deputy Economic Development and Trade Minister, Trade Representative of Ukraine Natalia Mykolska will go on a working visit to Egypt on August 18-19 to discuss topical issues of bilateral trade and economic cooperation and increasing exports of Ukrainian products.
According to the press service, the visit will constitute the continuation of dialogue with Egypt after a trip of Minister of Agricultural Policy and Food of Ukraine Oleksiy Pavlenko, the chairman of the Ukrainian part of the joint commission on economic and scientific-technical cooperation between Ukraine and Egypt, to Cairo on August 5-6, 2015.
"Pursuant to the request of Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk regarding the inclusion of foreign visits of governmental delegations, the issues on the promotion of domestic exporters' interest on the agenda, the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade is working with the relevant central executive authorities, representatives of national business communities with respect to the interest and development of promising areas of cooperation," the ministry said.