KIEV, April 2 – RIA Novosti. The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine excluded newsprint from the list of goods that are prohibited from importing from the Russian Federation, the corresponding decree was published on the government's website.
Earlier, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine from April 10 banned the import of wheat, sunflower oil, detergents, paper and products from it into the country from Russia. The list of prohibited goods has been expanded, in particular, with detergents, surfactants, newsprint, cardboard, kraft paper and kraft cardboard, toilet paper, cosmetic napkins, hand towels, tablecloths and napkins. Later, the corresponding decree disappeared from the government website.
As follows from the decree, which was re-published on the website of the Ukrainian government, there is no longer newsprint in the list of changes among the goods that are prohibited from being imported into Ukraine.
All other positions remained unchanged.
It is noted that the resolution comes into force 10 days after its publication. At the same time, the date on it is now April 1. The previous decree was published on March 31st.
Since 2016, the Ukrainian government has imposed an embargo on a number of Russian goods, the list has been expanded several times.