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“Taking into account the fact that the memo [of understanding signed by the ministry and grain exporters] sets the limit on wheat exports at 5.5 million tonnes, and its term runs until December 1, 2012, we’re asking for strengthened controls over the observation of the memo’s requirements,” reads an official letter of the ministry sent on November 30, 2012, a copy of which has been sent to Interfax-Ukraine.

The letter is addressed to the American Chamber of Commerce, the Ukrainian Grain Association (UGA), the Ukrainian Agrarian Confederation, the European Business Association, the Association of Farmers and Private Landowners and the Agrarian Union of Ukraine.

In its letter, the ministry said that as of November 30, 2012, the actual volumes of wheat exports came to almost 5.43 million tonnes, and 94,000 tonnes has been loaded on ships.

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