Romania has approved new conditions for the import of Ukrainian grain
The Romanian government has finally approved the system of import of certain groups of Ukrainian agricultural products, which aims to protect Romanian farmers.
The information was announced by the Minister of Agriculture, Florin Barbu. It is reported that a compromise import scheme has been agreed with Ukraine.
The import of wheat, corn, sunflower and soybeans will be possible based on permits issued by the Romanian Ministry of Agriculture: the Romanian business will have to submit an application stating that it needs to import products, and the relevant commission in the ministry will grant a permit for a certain volume based on the submitted documents products, after which quality control will also be required.
The minister added that next week, negotiations will be held with Moldova on a similar licensing mechanism for the import of grain.