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 Ukraine plans to sign FTA agreements with Israel, Turkey, and Vietnam, Agrarian Policy Minister says

Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine Oleksii Pavlenko expects signing of agreements on free trade area with Israel, Turkey, and Vietnam in 2016.

Censor.NET reports citing the press service of the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine.

"It is planned to sign a number of agreements on free trade zone with Ukraine's partner states - Israel, Turkey, and Vietnam in 2016," the statement by specialized minister Oleksii Pavlenko reads.

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Also, according to him, it is planned to sign a number of memorandums and agreements in the field of agriculture with Indonesia, India, China, and Spain next year.

Earlier, President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko expected the agreement on free trade zone between Ukraine and Israel to be signed before July 2016.

The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has appointed Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade - Trade Representative of Ukraine Natalia Mykilska the head of the Ukrainian delegation to carry out the negotiations on free trade area with Israel and Turkey.

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