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Ukraine: air defense weapons to be supplied to Iraq

A senior Iraqi lawmaker announced that the country’s government was exploring buying Russian, Chinese or Ukrainian air defense systems, possibly in exchange for Iraqi oil shipments. The initiative comes following the U.S. lethal airstrike in Baghdad early this month against Iranian Qods Force commander Qassem Soleimani. Badr al-Ziyadi, a member of the Iraqi parliament’s security…

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Ukraine: oats export up in H2 2019

Ukraine exported about 7.7 thousand tons of oats in July-December 2019-2020 MY, up 1.5-fold YoY (5.2 thousand tons). Top-5 importers of Ukrainian oats included India with the share of 77%, Libya – 5%, Hungary – 4%, Switzerland – 3% and Germany – 2%. Victoria Rozhko, analyst of APK-Inform, informed that India had been the main…

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Georgia: exports to EU up in 2019

Exports from Georgia to the EU increased by 13% YoY in 2019, and reached $825.7 million, while imports decreased by 7.4%, to $2.32 billion, showed preliminary data from the National Statistics Office of Georgia. Georgia’s top trading partners were Turkey ($1.82 billion), Russia ($1.47 billion) and China ($1.09 billion) in 2019. In 2019 the share…

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