Yesterday Prime Minster of Ukraine Victor Yanukovych visited a congress of agrarians of Ukraine, the PM revealed at today’s session of the Cabinet, ForUm’s correspondent reported.

“I’d heard plenty of unexpected things,” the Premier declared. He asked the Agrarian Minister Yuri Melnyk to examine thoroughly appeals and letters of agrarians and “to introduce order in these issues.”

“The matter concerns relations with investors, which connected with violation of Ukrainian legislation,” the head of the government noted.

Yanukovych also mentioned that the government had finally determined its position as regards resuming grain export, which was suspended, in view of missing reliable data about amounts of grain at Ukrainian grain elevators.

“If you give me assurances that state resources are full, we won’t restrain exporters,” the Premier said.

In his turn, Agrarian Minster underlined that state resources had been closed.

According to Vitaliy Lukianenko, First Vice Premier Mykola Azarov's adviser, now that the grain inventory has been completed experts will determine what amounts of grain could be exported from Ukraine.

In calculating the amount of food grain, necessary to maintain the nation's food security, the Government proceeds from how much grain will be necessary to make Ukrainian flour mills operational for four months.

As grain traders have repeatedly stated, the grain stocks are enough for just one month.


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