The Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal and his Moldovan counterpart Natalia Gavrilița inked a Protocol between the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and the Government of Republic of Moldova on modifications to the Free Trade Agreement (FTA).
The Government portal said in a report that they inked the document in an assembly in Chisinau on August 28.
The modifications to the FTA indicate that pan-Euro-Mediterranean preferential regulations of origin will be put into practice in trade between the two countries.
He emphasized: “this is a drastic change in trade relations. The transition to these rules of origin unites the Ukrainian and Moldovan Association Agreements with the EU into one system. A year ago, we took such a step with Georgia. Now, we are combining the trade regimes of all the countries of the Associated Trio with each other and with the EU.” Read More.