Groisman: Ukrainian agrarian products can enter Turkish, Israeli markets still this year
15.11.2018 21:07 "Agro Perspectiva" (Kyiv) —
As of today, while speaking at the Day of Agricultural Worker holiday solemn meeting within the Ukrainian House within Kyiv, Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groisman has said now the
Ukrainian agricultural products are exported to 190 countries and, besides, the Turkish and Israeli markets may be opened for them by yearend, Ukrinform reports.
«Speaking about the Ukrainian export of agricultural products, it is to be said now 190 countries have trade relations with our agro-industrial complex, and our products are represented on these markets. Undoubtedly, it is very important for us to open new opportunities and new markets. I am deeply convinced that this year we will complete the negotiations with Turkey and will be able to establish a free trade zone. And by the yearend, even until the end of this year Nov, an agreement with Israel on a free market will be signed,» Groisman stressed.
As to him, this means new horizons for Ukraine.
«You form 17% of the GDP, and due to your hands, your intelligence, your technologies, we are recognized all over the world,» Groisman told while addressing the Ukrainian agrarians.