Ukraine plans to enter the markets of more than 60 countries.
Currently, the Ministry of Economy, the State Production and Consumer Service, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine are working to open the markets of 63 countries in almost 200 directions. The goal is to reach consumers in South Korea, Malaysia, Vietnam, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Hong Kong, the EU, Canada, China, Oman, Thailand, the Republic of South Africa, Colombia, and Indonesia, among others, said State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Oleksandr Bankov said.
“We already have agreements on free trade zones, on various preferences within the framework of regional trade agreements with various countries. This is part of those agreements, and it provides an opportunity to win by opening existing markets for Ukrainian products,” the official emphasized.
Also, in his opinion, the countries of Africa and Latin America can become promising destinations for Ukrainian exports.