The next round of talks for a free trade agreement between Ukraine and Turkey is scheduled for mid-October.
Another round of consultations has begun in Ankara as part of the negotiation process on the conclusion of a free trade agreement between Ukraine and the Republic of Turkey.
Ukraine hopes to reach an agreement to start negotiations on the revision of the Association Agreement with the European Union in 2021.
Ukraine and Turkey are planning to restart protracted negotiations and find a mutually beneficial solution to a free trade area.
Ukraine is interested in concluding a comprehensive free trade agreement (FTA) with Turkey, which will help expand access to markets for goods and services.
Canada and Ukraine are committed to modernize the free trade agreement.
Ukraine is ready for further cooperation in the agricultural sector with Israel and the sustainable export of Ukrainian agricultural products to the Israeli market.
The Israel-Ukraine free trade area agreement was concluded on January 21, 2019. The Ukrainian side completed the ratification procedure on August 6, 2019.
President of Ukraine has formed a delegation to take part in negotiations with the Republic of North Macedonia on revision of the free trade agreement.
The Ukrainian side hopes to reach a political agreement on the format of renewing the bilateral Association Agreement at the next EU-Ukraine Summit in October.
The agreement is in the Parliament, and should be adopted it as soon as possible, the diplomat said.
The head of state noted that in the context of the coronavirus pandemic, support for bilateral trade is especially important for both countries.
Ukraine hopes to start updating the Association Agreement with the EU, which is an important issue in the current situation with international trade.
The global coronavirus pandemic has not stopped the negotiation process for the signing of Ukraine-Turkey Free Trade Agreement.
Despite the coronavirus crisis, work on the agreement document continues, and is expected it to be finished soon, said Ukrainian Ambassador to the United Kingdom.
Foreign Minister of Ukraine and Minister for Foreign Affairs of Iceland agreed to accelerate the preparation of an agreement on promotion and mutual protection of investments.
Imperial Tobacco is working on available legal instruments of protection, including an international investment arbitration tribunal, to contest a fine imposed by Ukraine for anticompetitive concerted actions.
Ukraine’s joint stock oil and gas company Naftogaz said the group seeks nearly $8 billion of compensation for its assets expropriated by Russia in Crimea.
The Government of Canada launches public consultations on possible modernization of the Canada-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement.
The completion of the free trade agreement is said to enable Turkey and Ukraine to faster achieve their bilateral trade volume target of $10 billion.