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30.01.2023 14:27

EU will consider ways to support Ukraine’s agricultural sector

30.01.2023 14:27

On January 30, the EU Agriculture and Fisheries Council in Brussels will, among other issues, reaffirm solidarity with Ukraine and consider further ways to support its agricultural sector.

26.01.2023 14:30

Ukraine has already sent almost 240 thousand tons of wheat to Ethiopia, which is on the edge of famine

26.01.2023 14:30

Since the beginning of this year, Ukraine has shipped 194.4 thousand tons of agricultural products to Africa on 8 vessels, including 46.5 thousand tons of wheat. In particular, the fourth vessel as a part of the initiative «Grain from Ukraine» has recently left the port of Chornomorsk. The name of the ship is AMIRA HANA and it will deliver 30 thousand tons of wheat to the port of Djibouti, and from there the Ukrainian grain will be shipped to Ethiopia. In total, Ukraine has already delivered 238.3 thousand tons of wheat to Ethiopia, which is on the edge of famine.

24.01.2023 09:28

Even in the conditions of war, Ukraine is among the world's top 5 agricultural exporters, - Mykola Solskyi

24.01.2023 09:28

The Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine Mr. Mykola Solskyi in his speech at the opening of the International Green Week spoke about the key food challenges and the ways to overcome them.

One of these challenges is the blocking of Ukrainian agricultural exports, both at the beginning of the full-scale war with Russia and today, due to artificial inspections of ships at the Bosporus, which cause turbulence in food markets. As a result, food prices are rising and the food crisis is getting worse.

23.01.2023 09:36

Grain Initiative: the world loses millions of tons of Ukrainian foodstuffs every month due to Russian sabotage of ship inspections in the Bosporus

23.01.2023 09:36

17.8 million tons of Ukrainian agricultural products on 659 vessels have been exported from the ports of Odesa, Chornomorsk, and Pivdennyi to 40 countries since August 1, 2022. Since the grain deal was agreed 3 ports had sent 659 ships with food to Africa, Asia, and Europe, and 643 - received new ones for loading with products from Ukrainian farmers.

If the corridor had functioned fully, Ukraine would have exported at least 25-29 million tons of foodstuff to world markets. Thus, since October, Ukrainian ports have been forced to work at half their capacity, the volume of the fleet entering the ports for loading has decreased, and the volume of exports has decreased by 3 million tons per month.

The main reason is the purposeful sabotage of inspections of ships in the Bosporus by the Russian side, which leads to a consistently long queue of more than 100 ships.

19.01.2023 15:34

Government takes step towards signing EU’s Single Market Programme for EUR 4.2 billion

19.01.2023 15:34

The Government has approved a draft decree of the President of Ukraine “On the delegation of Ukraine to participate in negotiations with the European Commission on conclusion of an Agreement between Ukraine, on the one hand, and the European Union, on the other hand, on Ukraine’s participation in the European Union’s Single Market Programme (2021-2027)”. The relevant decision was approved at a meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine on January 17, 2023.

17.01.2023 16:46

The backlog of grain exports from last year's indicator exceeds 10 million tons

17.01.2023 16:46

The volume of exports of grain and pulses crops from Ukraine in 2022/23 MY as of January 16 amounted to 24.47 million tons, which is 10.6 million tons or 30% less than last season. This is evidenced by the data of the State Customs Service published by the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine.

16.01.2023 14:40

15% of the corn crop has not yet been harvested in Ukraine

16.01.2023 14:40

As of January 12, 2023, grain and leguminous crops were harvested on an area of 10.9 million hectares (94%) with a yield of 4.7 t/ha, 50.965 million tons of grain were threshed, including:

13.01.2023 12:45

Already three African countries are ready to create hubs for storing Ukrainian food

13.01.2023 12:45

After Senegal Nigeria also offered Ukraine to create a logistics hub for regular supplies of grain and food - Mykola Solskyi

This was stated by the Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine Mr. Mykola Solskyi after the meeting with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Nigeria Mr. Geoffrey Onyeama and the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development of the Federal Republic of Nigeria Mr. Mohammad Mahmood Abubakar.

12.01.2023 16:56

Exports to the EU increased by 4.2% according to preliminary results of 2022

12.01.2023 16:56

ccording to preliminary estimates of the Ministry of Economy, in accordance with the trade balance methodology, exports of goods to the EU countries in 2022 increased by 4.2% compared to 2021 and amounted to about USD 28 billion.  

12.01.2023 14:32

The Government of the Federal Republic of Germany handed over diesel generators to Ukrainian food producers

12.01.2023 14:32

The Federal Agency for Technical Relief (THW), funded by the German Federal Foreign Office, will hand over more than 700 generators to support the Ukrainian energy system. From this quantity, at least 25 generators will be provided to food producers, in particular, for the production of bread, milk, livestock products, electricity supply to storage warehouses, etc.


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