The country will respect the decisions of the EU regarding the import of grain from Ukraine, but if there is a need and a good price for traders, the import of grain will be allowed, Macedonian Minister of Economy Kreshnik Bekteshi informed Thursday.
“Domestic production is a priority for us, but since it is not enough to cover the needs, we allow the import of grain and other grains. We also signed a free trade agreement with Ukraine. Regarding the import of grain, we will go in the direction of the decisions of the EU. We import cereals from Turkey, Greece, Serbia and Albania, but if there is a good price for our traders, we will also import from Ukraine,” said Bekteshi.