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The number of producers of products of animal origin having the right to export their products to the EU has increased
Ukraine has received 22 international veterinary certificates for the export of products of Ukrainian agricultural companies.
In 2022, Ukraine opened 12 new markets for livestock products and received 22 international veterinary certificates for the export of products of Ukrainian agricultural companies, the State Food and Consumer Service reports.
It is reported that exports to 12 countries of the world have been agreed:
Albania – semi-finished meat products;
Georgia – snails for human consumption;
Dominican Republic and Kenya – milk and dairy products;
Israel – ornamental freshwater fish, live rabbits, pet chews, fresh frozen and processed hides and skins;
Canada – poultry meat and poultry products;
North Macedonia – chews, canned and raw pet foods;
Singapore – pet food;
Serbia – hatching eggs, canned and processed pet foods;
Turkey – animal protein products (not for human consumption), fish products;
Pakistan – table eggs;
Montenegro – semi-finished meat products intended for human consumption, meat products, processed stomachs, bladders, intestines.
“Over the year, the number of enterprises producing products of animal origin that have the right to export their products to the EU increased to 432, which is 53 more than it was at the beginning of 2022. For comparison, in 2021, 23 enterprises received such a right. This positive the dynamics in increasing the number of Ukrainian exporters to the European market is extremely important in the context of Ukraine’s status as a candidate country for EU accession.Work in this direction will continue constantly and, subject to the requirements of the Association Agreement with the EU, within the framework of our obligations to join the European Union , this figure will increase daily.
Recall that Ukrainian exports to the EU exceeded the pre-war level.
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