Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is to come to Ukraine this year to sign a free trade agreement
Thursday, June 21, 2018

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is to come to Ukraine this year to sign a free trade agreement

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is to come to Ukraine this year to sign a free trade agreement with Ukraine, according to news reports following the Netanhyahu’s meeting Tuesday in Tel Aviv with Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin. The parliaments of both countries are to ratify the free trade pact in coming weeks. Six years in the making, the FTA is expected to boost bilateral trade, which could hit $1 billion this year.

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