Experts from the Ukrainian Stock Breeders Association found this out by requesting the Ministry of Agrarian Policy to provide information on the status of implementation of the KPKVK 2801540 “Financial support to agricultural producers” in the direction of “Partial compensation for the cost of agricultural machinery and equipment of domestic production”, according to which 945 million UAH were allocated in 2018.
Thus, the data will be entered into the information system, which will be visible to customs officers and is available for viewing and decision-making by regulatory authorities.
Serhii Demchenko says that no one has the right to demand paperwork from an entrepreneur, an importer, or a participant in foreign economic activity.
“Our Belarusian partners are interested in having a profitable alternative to the Baltic ports for exporting their products. We managed to convey to them the potential benefits of cooperation with Ukrainian ports. As a result, they now consider routes through Ukraine promising,” says Rajwis Wezkahans, following the results of bilateral meetings in Minsk.
He also added that the capacities of Ukrainian ports now allow accepting and transshipping Belarusian cargo in large volumes.
The document introduces the Office of Agrarian Attaché to represent and protect the interests of Ukrainian agricultural producers abroad. A tool for the gradual implementation of state policy will be an Action Plan for the implementation of the basic principles of development of state agrarian policy and rural development policy and it will be developed for 5 years to implement the law. It is also proposed to monitor the relevant action plan.