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30 May 2023


The agricultural community calls on the EU to resolve misunderstandings over the situation with Ukrainian agri-food exports

UCAB, together with 23 leading agricultural associations of Ukraine, appealed to Head of the Delegation of the EU to Ukraine Matti Maasikas with a request to facilitate the urgent unblocking of Ukrainian agri-food exports and the removal of obstacles to the imports to the EU and the transit of agricultural products from Ukraine under the Regulation (EU) 2023/903 of May 2, 2023.



Michael Wolf: “Developing profitable, effective and promising concepts from individual tasks is the challenge of our time”

Franz Ruberg & Co GmbH, an international company for the construction of mills, plants and silos, recently joined the association Ukrainian Agribusiness Club. In a personal interview, the managing director of Franz Ruberg & Co GmbH, Michael Wolf, spoke about the competitive advantages of the products and services offered by the company, and also emphasized the importance of using modern technologies in agricultural equipment.



Ukrainian agrarians call on European colleagues to lift tough unilateral restrictions on trade and jointly find a compromise solution

This is stated in an open appeal of Ukrainian Agribusiness Club and leading public associations of the agro-food sector of Ukraine. Nongovernmental Organizations and Unions of Producers of the Ukraine AgriFood sector is highly concerned about the situation that has developed with the ban on the import/transit of Ukrainian food to certain EU countries.



Ukrainian agriculture on the way to the EU

Ukrainian Agribusiness Club together with UCABevent agency organized the webinar “Ukrainian agriculture on the way to the EU” on the 15-th of March during which speakers shared their thoughts about main opportunities and of challenges integration of the Ukrainian agricultural sector into the European.



Business Calls on the Black Sea Grain Initiative Parties – UN and Turkey – to Facilitate its Stable Operation, Prolongation and Expansion and Ensure Free Commercial Navigation in the Black Sea Region

The business community, united by Association "Ukrainian Agribusiness Club", AmCham Ukraine and European Business Association calls on the Black Sea Grain Initiative parties – United Nations (UN) and Turkey – to facilitate the stable operation, prolongation, and expansion of the Black Sea Grain Initiative (the Initiative) and ensure free commercial navigation in the Black Sea Region.



Ukrainian Agribusiness Club Calls on the United Nations to Stabilize, Extend and Expand the Black Sea Grain Initiative

687 vessels have exported 19 million tons of agricultural products to Africa, Asia, and the European Union from 3 Black Sea ports – Pivdenny, Chornomorsk, and Odesa – over the past 6 months. However, Ukrainian ports are now being forced to work at half of their capacity. The volume of the fleet entering the ports for loading has decreased, and the volume of exports has reduced by 3 million tons per month. The reason is the purposeful sabotage of inspections of ships on the Bosphorus by the Russian side.



Ukrainian Agribusiness ask EU Community for extension the preferential trade conditions between Ukraine and the EU

Association "Ukrainian Agribusiness Club" together with member organizations of the Ukrainian National Agrarian Forum (UNAF) appeals to the EU Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development, EU Agriculture and Fisheries Council and Copa-Cogeca members organizations with a request to extend the preferential trade conditions between Ukraine and the EU at least till the end of 2024.



The registration for the International Forum "AgroTransformations 2023" has been opened!

Public Union "Association of Pulse Producers and Consumers of Ukraine" and the Polish-Ukrainian Chamber of Commerceare invited to join the new platform that will unite participants from different countries on February 17, 2023 in Warsaw, Poland.



The Analytical Report "Impact of the War on Ukrainian Agriculture" was published

Over the past few months, a team of experts from the Center for Economic Recovery and EasyBusiness, in partnership with UCAB, has conducted a comprehensive study of the impact of a full-scale war on the Ukrainian agricultural sector.



Forecast: in 2023 the sown area under grain in Ukraine will be reduced by 45%, and the gross harvest - by 60%

2023 will be full of significant changes in the agricultural sector of Ukraine. According to preliminary estimates, in 2023 in Ukraine the sown area under grain crops will be reduced by 45% and the grain harvest will be 60% less compared to the pre-war 2021. The reasons for this reduction are: a decrease in all sown areas, a change in the structure of crops and a decrease in the yield of grain crops.

  • Baker TILLY
  • Agroresurs
  • Limagrain
  • Zeppelin
  • Amazone
  • Goodvalley
  • LNZ Group
  •  Agricom Group
  • horsch
  • uahk
  • Сygnet
  • Syngenta
  • Agco
  • Agroregion
  • Eridon
  • Monsanto
  • MHP
  • Maisadour
  • DuPont Pioneer
  • Alfabank
  • Agroscop
  • Zelena Dolyna
  • Agrimatco
  • NCH Advisors
  • Continental farmers Group
  • credit agricole
  • claas
  • john deer
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