Cabinet bans export of some commodities from Ukraine

3 January, 02:02 PM
Cabinet of Ministers banned the export of a number of goods from Ukraine in 2022 (Photo:NV)

Cabinet of Ministers banned the export of a number of goods from Ukraine in 2022 (Photo:NV)

Ukraine’s Cabinet of Ministers has retained zero quotas for the export of natural gas of Ukrainian origin, liquid fuel (fuel oil), edible salt, gold and silver in unprocessed or semi-processed form, as well as in powder form in 2023, according to Resolution No. 1466 dated Dec. 27.

The resolution, which is available on the Government portal, lists commodities whose exports and imports are subject to licensing that was.

Also, quotas for the export of anthracite, coal and briquettes derived from it, pellets and similar types of solid fuels, as well as waste and scrap of precious metals are set at zero.

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In addition, the Cabinet extended a ban on the export of fuel wood, chips or shavings in January-February 2023, after which the export of these goods will be removed from the list of licensed goods.

At the same time, the export quota for coking coal (K grade only) was increased to 600,000 tonnes, from 200,000 tonnes.

In addition, a ban on buckwheat exports was lifted, but the commodity will be subject to licensing.

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