"An extremely important task facing the State Service of Ukraine for Food Safety and Consumer Protection today is to help increase the exports of our country. The main priorities in this area for us are to support the export of Ukrainian products to new markets and provide advice to businesses and associations in order to modernize production and raise quality," Head of the State Service of Ukraine for Food Safety and Consumer Protection Vladyslava Mahaletska said during a discussion dedicated to the development of Ukrainian agricultural sector within the framework of the public discussion of the draft National Economic Strategy until 2030.
According to Mahaletska, the Service considers the following markets as promising: China; ASEAN countries (Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore); South Asia countries (India, Sri Lanka); Middle East and North Africa countries (MENA), namely, the Gulf Cooperation Council states, Iraq, Jordan, Israel, Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, the Republic of Korea; Japan; Turkey; African countries (Ethiopia, Angola, South Africa).
The State Service of Ukraine for Food Safety and Consumer Protection cooperates with international partners to expand sales of various commodity items in 31 countries, including poultry products, live big and small cattle, beef and pork, milk and dairy products, honey, apples, blueberry and cherry, peas and beans, onions, wheat flour, fish and fish products, reproductive material.
As reported, over 9 months of 2020, Ukraine exported milk and dairy products worth $128.6 million, while the imports totaled $218 million.
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