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Agri operators from 7 countries already registered for ‘Agro&Food Security Forum. Grains, Oilseeds, Pulses’

22/ 07/ 2022
  Registration for the ‘Agro&Food Security Forum. Grains, Oilseeds, Pulses has started – operators from 7 countries are already on board! The Forum will be held on September 14-15 in Warsaw by UkrAgroConsult, Community of Pulse Producers and Consumers of Ukraine and a Polish-Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce. Agro&Food Security Forum is a new platform for the global dialogue and search for effective solutions to ensure global food security, develop new supply chains and collaborate in agribusiness. The Forum will involve government representatives of Ukraine and Poland, leading Ukrainian experts and market operators, as well as international agri community, to highlight new factors shaping agricultural market of Ukraine and the world in 2023-25, production and export potential of agri commodities, formation of new logistics corridors and new ways of cooperation to prevent the food crisis. Also, on September 14, on the eve of the forum, a working trip to the ports of Gdansk and Gdynia will take place. Detailed information about the visit will be announced very soon – stay tuned for our updates! We invite all agri & food operators to join in person and take an active part in formation of the new market reality. The forum will bring together producers, processors and exporters of grains, oilseeds and pulses, logistics specialists, representatives of shipping lines, port, river, railway and automobile operators, trading and financial companies, suppliers of agricultural inputs. EARLY BIRD rate is valid until Aug 10, 2022. Find out participation details and register at https://agrofoodforum.org. The forum is held with the support of the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine, Ukrainian Grain Association, Ukroliyaprom Association and GPC. Save the date and see you in Warsaw!

Registration for the ‘Agro&Food Security Forum. Grains, Oilseeds, Pulses’ has started – operators from 7 countries are already on board! The Forum will be held on September 14-15 in Warsaw by UkrAgroConsult, Community of Pulse Producers and Consumers of Ukraine and a Polish-Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce.

Agro&Food Security Forum is a new platform for the global dialogue and search for effective solutions to ensure global food security, develop new supply chains and collaborate in agribusiness.

The Forum will involve government representatives of Ukraine and Poland, leading Ukrainian experts and market operators, as well as international agri community, to highlight new factors shaping agricultural market of Ukraine and the world in 2023-25, production and export potential of agri commodities, formation of new logistics corridors and new ways of cooperation to prevent the food crisis.

Also, on September 14, on the eve of the forum, a working trip to the ports of Gdansk and Gdynia will take place. Detailed information about the visit will be announced very soon – stay tuned for our updates!

We invite all agri & food operators to join in person and take an active part in formation of the new market reality.

The forum will bring together producers, processors and exporters of grains, oilseeds and pulses, logistics specialists, representatives of shipping lines, port, river, railway and automobile operators, trading and financial companies, suppliers of agricultural inputs.

EARLY BIRD rate is valid until Aug 10, 2022. Find out participation details and register at https://agrofoodforum.org.

The forum is held with the support of the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine, Ukrainian Grain Association, “Ukroliyaprom” Association and GPC.

Save the date and see you in Warsaw!

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