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Wheat, oil, detergent, and paper: Ukraine has banned over 20 goods from Russia

The Cabinet of Ministers has banned the import of wheat, sunflower oil, detergents, and paper originating from Russia into Ukraine.

Thus, the government has supplemented the list of goods from the Russian Federation that are prohibited from being imported into our country. This is stated in the decree No. 269 published on the website of the Cabinet of Ministers.

Moreover, the list also includes surfactants, newsprint, cardboard, kraft paper, kraft paperboard, toilet paper, cosmetic wipes, hand towels, tablecloths, napkins, crates, boxes, sacks, packaging bags, rope from other alloy steels, drilling tools, other carts, undercarriage balance carts, axles, wheels and their parts, safflower or cottonseed oil and their fractions, etc.

The decree posted on the website on March 29 will enter into force ten days after its publication.

Context. Earlier, Russia expanded the list of sanctions against Ukraine. The number of companies increased from 75 to 84.

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