The UK will continue to trade duty-free with Ukraine until 2029. This was reported by “Reuters”. The agency, citing the country’s Ministry of Business and Commerce, reports that this will apply to almost all products. Exceptions will be poultry and eggs. The period of duty-free trade of those products was extended by two years instead of 5. According to UK Trade Secretary Greg Hands, such a decision provides Ukraine’s economy, businesses, and people with much-needed support, which is crucial to the country’s recovery.