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The bilateral free trade agreements between Ukraine and Azerbaijan (ratified on 12 July 1996), Uzbekistan (04 November 1995), Tajikistan (6 July 2001) and Turkmenistan (5 November 1994) are also valid. Ukraine`s main trading partners in the CIS are the Russian Federation, Belarus, Moldova and Kazakhstan. The following agreements were replaced by the customs union between the European Union and Turkey: he declared that Turkish investments were made in the sectors of industry, information and telecommunications, wholesale and retail trade. Under an agreement signed during the visit, Turkey pledged to provide TL 205 million ($25.8 million) to help Ukraine meet its military needs. The Free Trade Agreement between the Republic of Macedonia and Ukraine was signed in Skopje on 18 January 2001 and was signed by Law No. 2599-III of Ukraine of 5 July 2001. This Agreement concerns the elimination of trade restrictions on industrial and agricultural goods, the establishment of conditions for fair competition in trade, the creation of conditions for further investment promotion, the development of joint investment projects, the protection of intellectual property and cooperation between the Parties in the markets of third countries. « I and my friend Mr. Zelenskiy are on the same side, » he said. « We agree with Mr.

Zelenskiy that negotiations for a free trade agreement between our countries should be concluded quickly. » The Chairman believes that the implementation of joint projects and the liberalization of bilateral trade would facilitate the implementation of this potential. « We have agreed on the further development of trade, economic and investment cooperation. In 2018, our bilateral trade exceeded $4 billion. And I`m sure it`s far from our potential border, » Wolodymyr Selenskyj said. Free trade agreements promote the free movement of goods and services between countries, which in turn promotes the attraction of investment, the reduction of import costs, the development of national production and infrastructure, the exchange of experiences and technologies, the employment of the population, tax revenues and household royalties, and the maintenance of close intergovernmental ties. . . .

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