Moldovan producers encouraged to export fruits to EU

More and more entrepreneurs are aligning their products to European standards to access new markets in the West, while many others are already fully enjoying the advantages of the Moldova-EU Association Agreement. The European Union remains Moldova’s most important and reliable economic partner, even in the most difficult periods, the EU Delegation to Moldova said in a press release.

All Moldovan producers are welcome to export their fruit to the EU, regardless of their region, says the Delegation.

To facilitate the import of Moldovan agricultural products, on July 18 the Council of the European Union adopted an increase in export quotas for seven types of agricultural products. Plums, grapes, apples, tomatoes, garlic, cherries and grape juice can now be exported without tariffs to the EU in double or even larger amounts than before. The measure aims to mitigate the consequences of the crisis caused by Russia’s military aggression. Trade liberalization for the seven types of products will be valid for one year.

In recent years, trade between the European Union and the Republic of Moldova has increased considerably. According to the National Bureau of Statistics, 61% of the total value of exports are directed to EU member states. The most important export destination is Romania, which accounts for 43% of the total deliveries of goods from the Republic of Moldova to the EU, followed by Germany, Italy and Poland.

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