The head the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin hopes to increase quotas for Ukrainian products from the EU during the DCFTA with the EU in 2016, he said on Wednesday in an interview.
at the end of June last year Ukraine finally signed the Association agreement with the EU, which includes the development of a free trade zone. Ukraine seeks to expand quotas for Ukrainian subjects.
"We wish to make wider allowances that relate to grain, We wish to make wider allowances that relate to vegetables, e.g., tomatoes. We wish to make a very wider certain quotas on meat, and We wish that the Ukrainian dairy products were present in the trading markets, " - said Klimkin.
according to his statement, the quota increase may occur in 2016 after the full start of the free trade zone with the European Union. Klimkin said that the conclusion about the extension of quotas depends on the political will of partner countries.