Romania will allow the import of grain from Ukraine only with licenses
Romania will allow the import of agricultural products from Ukraine only to Romanian farmers and processors and only if they have licenses.
This was announced by the Minister of Agriculture of Romania, Florin Barbu, on Facebook.
“The import of grain from Ukraine and the Republic of Moldova will be allowed only to Romanian farmers and processors and will be possible only on the basis of a license,” he wrote.
Thus, according to him, the country’s authorities “protect Romanian production and the work of Romanian farmers.”
Barbu noted that the relevant project of the regulatory act is ready and will be approved by the Romanian government.