PM Groysman: Ukraine could sign free trade agreement with Turkey in 2018
Ukraine plans in 2018 to sign a free trade agreement with Turkey, following that with the EU, Canada and Israel.
Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman made the announcement, speaking on air of a Ukrainian TV channel, UkrAgroConsult reports citing the Government website.
"We want to sign a free trade agreement with Turkey this year. This will positively influence the economy and, primarily, the quality of life of Ukrainians," Groysman said.
March 28, the Ukrainian Prime Minister announced that Ukraine and Israel had reached the final stage of signing the agreement on a free trade area.
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