Ukraine-India commission on agrarian cooperation to start operating this autumn

Ukraine-India commission on agrarian cooperation to start operating this autumn

Ukraine and India have agreed to enhance cooperation in the agrarian sector and to create a relevant intergovernmental commission, according to Deputy Economic Development and Trade Deputy Minister – Ukraine’s trade representative Natalia Mykolska.

"As the agrarian sector and the ready-to-eat food sector are promising for Ukrainian producers, we have agreed to create a special working group on agrarian issues under the Joint Intergovernmental Commission, which will meet this autumn. In general, we had very informative and productive meetings with the Indian side,” Mykolska said, the ministry’s press service reports.

According to Mykolska, during the work of Ukraine’s trade mission in India, the parties discussed the possible entry of Ukrainian agrarian products into the Indian market, in particular apples, berries and stone fruits.

The deputy minister also said that representatives of 11 Ukrainian companies in the agrarian and engineering sector conducted more than 100 B2B meetings with potential Indian partners in the cities of New Delhi and Mumbai, and participated in the international food exhibition Annapoorna World of Food India.


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