The government created a working group to resolve problems in trade with Russia
KIEV. August 16. UNN. Working Group to study issues of Ukrainian-Russian economic and trade cooperation, created by order of the Prime Minister Mykola Azarov, will be headed by the Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Yuriy Boyko. UNN was reported by the press service of the Cabinet.
The group consists of the Minister of Economic Development and Trade Igor Prasolov and Industrial Policy Minister Mikhail Korolenko, First Deputy Minister of income and fees Stepan Deryvolkov and the Government Commissioner for cooperation with Russia, the CIS and the Eurasian Economic Cooperation Valery Muntiyan and representative of the government in the College EurAsEC Viktor Suslov. Also, the deputy of the Federation of Employers of Ukraine Dmitry Oleynik will take part in the interdepartmental group.
"The working group began its work immediately. Based on the assignments of the Prime Minister, the working group until August 19 should submit to the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved proposals for the settlement of the Russian Federation issues that emerged in the trade and economic sphere," - said in posts.
As reported, the Russian customs is blocking all Ukrainian exports of goods. This is stated in the statement of the Federation of Employers of Ukraine.
"At 00:00 pm on August 14 to the risk profile of the risk management system of the Federal Customs Service of Russia for the first four dozen companies that got there in July were added without exception of Ukrainian exporters," - said the press service of the FEU.
At 15:30 on August 15 this year, the movement of trains at border crossings Khutir Michailovsky - Zernove - Suzemka is in normal mode. Treatment of trains and carriages is carried out in accordance to the terms of the technical nomenclature. Movement at the station Kyiv - Khutir Michailovsky - Bryansk in accordance to the schedule of trains.
The Vice-President of the International Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine Igor Gres said that the ban of Russia on Ukrainian imports of products is an attempt to force Ukraine to join the Customs Union.
As reported, the Prime Minister of Ukraine Mykola Azarov demands intensify efforts at reforming the technical regulations of the Customs Union and Ukraine.