The head of the Ukrainian Stock Breeders Association Iryna Palamar was approved into two working groups of the International Trade Council under the CMU on how to promote exports and improve the system of customs tariff regulation and trade protection.
Ukraine is one step closer to signing an agreement on a free trade area (FTA) with Turkey, and this fact should facilitate the export of cattle to Turkey. This is an issue that the USBA has been working on for many months.
The Ukrainian Stock Breeders Association studied the price situation in the market of those food products that Ukrainians put in their Easter baskets, and carried out a detailed comparative analysis of prices of the last year.
Head of the Ukrainian Stock Breeders Association Iryna Palamar proposed to sign a memorandum with state banks on lending issues at a meeting of the working group on improving the investment attractiveness of the agricultural sector in the Office of the National Investment Council under the President of Ukraine.
On April 3, 2018 the head of the Ukrainian Stock Breeders Association, Iryna Palamar, took part in the meeting of the Agrarian Committee of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, at which a whole series of bills in the field of agriculture were discussed.
On April 4 the first meeting of the sectoral working group on improving the investment attractiveness of the agricultural sector was held. The event was held on the initiative of the Office of the National Investment Council under the President of Ukraine to identify key priorities for improving the investment climate and attract investments in the agricultural sector.
The discussion about the ban on the sale of domestic meat has received wide publicity. The changes proposed by the Verkhovna Rada in the legislation may deprive the peasants of selling produced meat products if the animal was not slaughtered in certified slaughter houses. However, in fact, there are almost no such points in Ukraine. The proposed legislative changes still contain a number of controversial points, according to which the peasants will not lose their only source of profit.