Ukraine's Ministry of Economic Development and Trade is conducting a survey of enterprises, institutions, organisations and other interested parties involving problems in trading and economic relations with the Russian Federation in order to again raise these issues with the World Trade Organization (WTO).
According to the ministry's website, there are planned WTO meetings on September 28 and September 30, 2016, to review trade policies, during which Russia's policy will be tabled: the first review of a Russian report to be prepared by the WTO Secretariat will be discussed during the meeting. It contains a wide range of issues concerning Russia's investment and trade policies.
According to the post, WTO members have the opportunity to send questions about Russian trade policies no later than two weeks (until September 14) before the meeting.
"The procedure allows Ukraine to again raise issues caused by actions of Russia
and use all mechanisms available to ensure the Russian Federation, as a WTO member, fulfils its international obligations as a member of this international organisation," the post says.