The sum of the imported goods made $43.03 billion - $6.01 billion (12%) less than during the same period of time in 2019. The sum of the exported goods made $39.64 billion ($2 billion (5%) less).
Thus, the negative balance made $3.4 billion.
It is noted that 44% of the goods are imported from the EU countries, 16% from the CIS countries, 40% - from other states. The majority of the imported goods make mineral fuel, oil and oil products (14.75%), reactors, boilers, equipment (11.15%), vehicles for land transport (10.2%).
In its turn, Ukraine exports 38% of its goods to the EU, 12% to the CIS countries, and 50% to other states. Mostly, it exports grain crops (19.25%), ferrous metals (16.16%), fats and oils, edible fats, waxes (11.29%).
As we reported, Ukraine received the opportunity to export seeds to the EU member countries. This became possible thanks to the European Parliament's decision, as it recognized that the Ukrainian certification system meets the EU requirements.