United Kingdom has cut all the tariffs on Ukrainian goods a year earlier than planned
Great Britain has lifted all tariffs and restrictions on Ukrainian exports under a free trade agreement that was due to work for Ukraine from 2023 onwards.
Thus, all tariffs and quotas covered by the trade agreement between Britain and Ukraine, ie primarily agricultural and industrial products, have now been abolished. The move would “provide economic support to Ukraine in difficult times”, the UK government said.
It is noted that this decision was made in response to a direct request from the Ukrainian government to liberalize tariffs.