Kenya set to import Ukrainian maize
The Kenyan government has decided to buy 450,000 tonnes of maize from Ukraine to be supplied from March to May, Ukraine’s agriculture ministry said on Monday.
The ministry has asked Ukrainian companies to send commercial proposals that will be passed on to Kenya.
Kenya‘s government said in February it would allow millers to make large imports of yellow maize for the production of animal feeds following a drought.
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