UAE bans food products from Ukraine
The situation should raise concern with Ukraine’s relevant ministries and organizations
United Arab Emirates have banned food products from Ukraine starting April 2016, reports ‘Interfax-Ukraina’ quoting the Center of research and certification halal 'Alraid' in Ukraine.
The center has sent notifications to Ukraine’s ministries and departments dealing with foreign economic trade, as well as to the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources of the UAE asking to clarify causes for such a decision. There has been no respond from Ukrainian side.
The Center notes, that the loss of UAE market is not critical for Ukrainian products, but ‘considering recent events and inability to export production to the Russian Federation, the situation should raise concern with the Ministry of Economy, Foreign Ministry and other relevant institutions and organizations’, - it is said in the report.
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