Ukraine has restricted the export of buckwheat, rye, and oats.
Monday, May 9, 2022

Ukraine has restricted the export of buckwheat, rye, and oats.

The export of agricultural products that might be in short supply in Ukraine will be limited during martial law, announced the First Deputy Minister of Agrarian Policy, Taras Vysotsky. The decision of the government is designed to ensure food security in wartime and necessitates a monthly review of balance sheets. Currently, the export of buckwheat, important for the bakery industry, as well as rye and oats are limited, said Vysotsky.  He also stressed that the government monitors the situation with products whose exports are subject to licensing. And it will not regulate the export of those goods that are in abundant supply.

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