Sayenko Kharenko – legal counsel of the Ukrainian Grain Association

Sayenko Kharenko has been elected as the official legal counsel of the Ukrainian Grain Association (UGA). Ukraine is one of the largest exporters of grain in the world food market, and, according to the opinion of the experts, is likely to retain its leading position in the 2015/2016 marketing year. The Ukrainian Grain Association – is the association of producers, processors and exporters of grain, the members of which export about 90% of grain from Ukraine. UGA members include companies such as NIBULON, Gavillon, Glencore, Noble Resources, Cargill, Louis Dreyfus, CHS, ADM, and others.

Cooperation between Sayenko Kharenko and UGA is to be coordinated by Andrew Zablotskyi, one of the best lawyers in Ukraine in international trade and agribusiness according to Ukrainian Law Firms 2014 edition by Yuridicheskaya Practika publishing house.

"We are delighted that the strongest team on the legal market in international trade and agribusiness became our legal partner. I am sure that at the time when the industry is experiencing its dynamic transformations, especially in the legislative field, legal support and advice of Sayenko Kharenko will contribute to the consolidation and development of the grain market in Ukraine", comments Volodymyr Klymenko, the head of the Ukrainian Grain Association.                                     

The Ukrainian Grain Association actively cooperates with theGrain and Feed Trade Association (GAFTA), the International Grains Council, the EBRD, FAO, the World Bank, and various grain associations and unions of the United States, Canada, the EU, Russia, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Georgia, Azerbaijan and others.

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