The relevant report was posted on the ministry’s website .
“Ukraine and Turkey have different approaches to the liberalization of trade during the signing of the agreement. That’s why it is very important to find compromise solutions to protect national interests, taking into account the current economic situation. In connection with this, on the proposal of the Ukrainian side, the negotiators have preliminary determined and discussed priority goods to liberalize the access to the market of both countries,” Mykolska said and added that the two countries are ready to step up their efforts to promote negotiation process.
Mykolska also said that Turkey fully supports the course of reforms that are carried in Ukraine. In addition, according to the 2015 year-end report, Turkey is the third trade partner of Ukraine.
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