Ukraine’s withdrawal from the agreement on development of exhibition and fair activities in the CIS will hit the producers

Выход  Украины из соглашения о развитии выставочно-ярмарочной деятельности в СНГ ударит по производителям

Ukraine’s withdrawal from the agreement on development of exhibition and fair activities in the CIS may restrict the ability of our manufacturers who present their products and services on the markets of Belarus, Kazakhstan and other countries of the Commonwealth.

About it in the comments for ГолосUA said political scientist Ruslan Bortnik.

“After Ukraine terminated the agreement on development of exhibition and fair activities in the CIS, we can expect further steps to break other contracts. Before the parliamentary elections in the country will play the anti-Russian card and made an ostentatious anti-Russian actions in order to divert attention from corruption, the growth of tariffs and all the rest. It is an imitation of violent political activities and patriotism, which will be extended”,- said R. Bortnik.

The analyst stressed that the termination of the agreement could limit the ability of our manufacturers who present their products and services in the markets of the CIS.

“The agreement itself may not have worked because most of the agreements within the CIS has never worked. On the other hand, this may narrow down the opportunities for our manufacturers who present their products and services in the markets of the CIS. In particular, in Belarus and Kazakhstan. You need to watch and analyze, to such action more damage to Russia or Ukraine”, – concluded R. Bortnik.

Recall, the Cabinet of Ministers on the initiative of the Ministry of economic development has terminated its agreement on development of exhibition and fair activities in the CIS, having made the relevant decision at a meeting on Thursday without discussion. About it reports a press-service of the Ministry.

“We have analyzed international economic agreements concluded by Ukraine in the framework of the CIS, and handed their list to the Ministry of foreign Affairs with recommendations to stop their action for Ukraine. Among them the agreement on development of exhibition and fair activities in the CIS”, – said Vice-Prime Minister, Minister of economic development and trade Stepan Kubiv.

 

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