UkrAgroConsult together with Association of Pulse
Producers and Consumers of Ukraine, announce ‘Agro&Food Security Forum.
Grains, Oilseeds, Pulses’ to be held on September 14-15 in 'Westin Warsaw'
hotel, Warsaw, Poland. Key
challenges of boosting the global food security will be discussed at the Forum.
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 is supported by the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine, Ukrainian Grain Association, Ukroliyaprom, GPC, GAFTA.
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 a working trip to the ports of Gdansk and Gdynia will take place.
Forum will highlight the following issues:
- Ensuring global food security. Strategic perspectives 2022-2025
- Scenarios of grain, oilseed and pulses market development in the Black Sea region
- New Silk Road. Creating alternative global agri&food supply chains
- Ukraine's wartime export logistics and trading regulations
- Ports and roads. Transport corridors Ukraine - Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey
- New challenges for Ukrainian agricultural producers. Agri inputs sector
- Deficit of elevator capacities and the 2022 crop in Ukraine
- Domestic processing of agricultural raw materials in Ukraine. New opportunities
Taras Kachka, Deputy Minister of Economic Development, Trade and Agriculture of Ukraine; Nikolay Gorbachev, President of Ukrainian Grain Association Ukraine; Erik Norland, Executive Director and Senior Economist at CME Group UK and Sergey Feofilov, Director General at UkrAgroConsult are among the key speakers.
For participation enquiries, please contact the