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EU agreed upon quota decrease on some Ukrainian products
14:24, 14 June 2017
EU agreed upon quota decrease on some Ukrainian products

Also, the urea can be excluded from the quota talk list

14:24, 14 June 2017

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The European Union agreed upon the decrease of the quotas on the Ukrainian tomatoes, wheat, corn and honey. Also, it is offered to exclude the urea from the list. UNIAN reported this.

‘After the lively discussion we could strike the strong compromise and all three establishments (the European Parliament, the European Commission and the Maltese presidency) agree on it. It provides the granting of the preferences to Ukraine on all agricultural products offered by the European Commission. 5 of them are partially restored and the urea is excluded from the industrial complex’, the message reports.

Particularly, the following quotas are established: for honey – 2.5 thousand of tons, tomatoes – 3 thousand of tons, wheat  - 65 thousand of tons, corn – 625 thousand of tons, barley – 325 thousand of tons.

Moreover, the document provides that the products that are delivered from the territories uncontrolled by Ukraine will be checked additionally.

The made decision is the answer for the sensibility of some states in the agricultural sphere.

The European Parliament approved the increase of quotas for the barley, oats, grits, treated grain and grape juice from Ukraine.

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