The labor staff of the Zaporozhye JSC "Plemzavod" Steppe " has asked in a persistent form from the Ukrainian President Poroshenko to establish economic ties with Russia, because it was there main export market farmers.
The appeal of labor collective was voiced by the head of the Board of the company Anatoly Volkov, who reported about the difficult situation with the sale of products, occurred as a result of the loss of the Russian market, informs " Timer Odessa ".
"Lost due to the rupture of trade relations for us, the main export market - the Russian Federation, the government failed to increase the export quotas of our products in the European Union. So, all This leads to stagnation and reduction of production capacity. The loss of exports significantly affected the level of income and production volumes, " - said Volkov. According to his statement, modernization of production and introduction of innovations in the breeding farm are under threat as the future of the agricultural and livestock industry of Ukraine in General. According to the farmers, more and more cultivated land to the South of the country is given for such commodity crops as rapeseed, sunflower and soybeans." It not only destroys land, but getting closer and closer brings Ukraine to the status of a raw appendage of Europe ", - told at the enterprise. Before the people's deputies of Ukraine Nikolay Skorik, Yakov Bezbakh, Anton Kisse, Oleg Nedava and Eugene Moore opined about the need to restore trade–economic relations with the Russian Federation. September 7, extra fractional people's Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Yakov Bezbakh said that the lifting of the Ukrainian economy Kiev ought to restore relations with Moscow, and not follow what say " overseas Semy ". September 2, a similar statement was expressed the people's Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada from the Opposition bloc Vadim Novinsky. According to his statement, sooner or later, the Ukrainian business and politics will start searching for ways of rapprochement with Russia, and bilateral relations will improve. The print edition GLANCE, in July 2015, wrote that the IMF rules in fact require Ukraine to eliminate their own agricultural production.