Thursday, January 13

Ukraine plans to sign four free trade agreements.

The Prime Minister of Ukraine, Denis Shmyha announced that, in 2022, free trade agreements are expected to be signed with four countries, and preparations for signing an “industrial visa-free” agreement with the EU is one of them. He noted that one of the key points in expanding exportation is the preparation for the signing of the “industrial visa-free” agreement with the European Union and updating the trade annexes to the Association Agreement. In addition, it is planned to sign a free trade agreement with Turkey, Tunisia, Canada, and Jordan. The agreement with the United States is also expected to be renewed this year, reported epravda.

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