Five more Ukrainian companies get right to export goods to EU
Another five Ukrainian enterprises engaged in food production in 2017 received the right to export their goods to the European Union, the Ministry of Agricultural Policy and Food has said.
According to a report on its website, goods will be delivered to the European market by a company producing dairy goods, a company producing poultry and three companies producing honey.
Currently talks are being held with respect to supplies of Ukrainian goods to the world markets. In particular, Ukraine provided Japan, Singapore, Korea, the United States and Canada with the information on the system of state control with the aim of getting access to the market of poultry. Talks are also being held with China on expanding the list of exporters of dairy products, as well as with respect to applying for the opening of poultry and beef markets.
In addition, talks with Jordan are at the final stage. The parties are finalizing veterinary certificates for exports of chilled/frozen beef. Ukraine and Egypt have agreed the form of veterinary certificates for exports of chilled/frozen boneless beef.
In addition, Ukraine has agreed the form of veterinary certificates for exports of poultry to Serbia, and is holding talks with the European Union on the issue of extending the list of exporters of food and feed.