Libya is a promising market for the sale of agricultural product
A number of states consider African countries and Libya, which is under UN Security Council sanctions, as a promising region for the sale of agricultural products.
This is primarily about the export of wheat, the supply of which to African countries is growing even during a pandemic. For example, the Republic of Crimea in 2020 supplied more than 53 thousand tons of wheat to Libya, and almost twice as much grain was exported to Egypt. Ukraine is not lagging behind in terms of wheat supplies. 80% of ukrian exports to Libya last year fell on this grain crop. It is still difficult to predict what the results of 2021 will be, since much depends on the gross grain harvest and the price situation for wheat in foreign markets. However, it can be said with certainty that many airlines will be happy to resume air transportation with a promising region. The Ukrainian airline ZetAvia will be able to promptly deliver various agricultural products from Ukraine to Libya after the lifting of sanctions against this country. The central office of ZetAvia operates in Kiev, where all important decisions are made regarding the organization of air cargo transportation around the world.
In 2011, Libya ceased to function as a single state. In the east of Libya, there is a popularly elected parliament, cooperating with the Libyan National Army (LNA) of Marshal Khalifa Haftar, and in the west, in the capital of Tripoli, formed with the support of the UN and the EU, the Government of National Accord (GNA) Faiz Sarraj.
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