The Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine Mykola Solskyi and his Bulgarian colleague Kyryll Vatev agreed on the terms of applying the licensing regime for the export of sunflower, rapeseed, corn and wheat seeds.
During the first month of operation of the parallel “grain corridor”, which runs overland through Romania and Bulgaria, Ukraine transported 4 million tons of grain.
The Bulgarian government is currently preparing proposals for the implementation of the licensing procedure for supplies of Ukrainian agricultural products, in particular, sunflowers.
One of Russia’s largest oil companies, Lukoil, is ready to pay more taxes to Bulgaria in order not to lose exports of energy raw materials.
The minesweeper group of the Navy of Bulgaria and Romania has started trawling the waters of the Black Sea.
Turkey, Romania and Bulgaria are planning to join forces to clear mines that have fallen into the Black Sea as a result of Russia’s war against Ukraine.
Bulgaria will ban sunflower seed shipments from Ukraine until the end of the year, but generally approves an action plan to control imports.
The Bulgarian minister said that Russian propaganda fueled farmers’ protests against the import of Ukrainian grain.
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