Ukraine, Israel start negotiations on free trade area creation
Ukraine to send food manufacturers' mission to Israel
As Unian reports, Ukraine will send the trade mission of food manufacturers to Israel in the framework of free trade zone creation between the two countries.
Ukraine's Trade Representative Natalya Mykolska said this after the meeting with representatives of the Manufacturers Association of Israel in Tel-Aviv.
"We discussed the possibilities to hold the mutual business-events, like B2B, buyers missions, specialized business missions, etc. Mechanical engineering, metallurgy industry, agro industrial complex, consumer goods manufacturing, chemicals sector, woodworking industry and others are the most interesting sectors for Ukrainian exporters. We also decided to send Ukrainian trade mission of food manufacturers to Israel", she wrote.
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