UCC and LF "Sofiya" a seminar for the food industry to international and domestic trade

At the end of May of this year, LF "Sofiya" and the Committee of agricultural enterprises at Ukrainian UCC organized the seminar for the members of the Committee and members of the CCI. The topic of discussion consists of two issues. The first was devoted to the new possibilities offered by the registration of geographical indications in the EU and Ukraine. Ms A. Belinska was the reporter on the issues of Ukrainian legislation and EU provision on geographical origin registration. The presentation of Mr. O. Polivodskyy concerned peculiarity of international trade of foodstuff and agricultural products containing GMOs with EU countries.

Participants of the event were given detailed information on Ukrainian registration and the main provisions of EU legislation on the import, transit, and accounting requirements for products with GMOs.

As a result of the discussion, the proposal for the Government concerning improvement of law in this field was produced. The recommendations for associations and processors concerning the promotion their products on the external and internal market were formed. "This is not the first event held by LF "Sofiya" and Entrepreneurs Committee at the Chamber of agriculture of Ukraine, further partners plan to continue this valuable tradition" – mentioned  partner of LF "Sofiya" O. Polivodskyy.

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