Ammonia volume exported from Ukraine in January-June 2019 amounted to 2,740 tons for $736,000, and imported 208,600 tons for $58.9 million. Slovakia is the main buyer. Almost all ammonia was imported from Russia.
Nitrogen fertilizers were exported for the amount of $47.7 million in the quantity of 220,100 tons, and imported in the amount of $271.9 million in the quantity of 1.122 million tons. India became a leading buyer having bought 26.34% of Ukrainian nitrogen fertilizers. The main supplier of past years – Russia has not supplied the goods. Bulgaria took the first place. Belarus is the next.
Nearly 32,800 tons of phosphate fertilizers were imported for $6.5 million. About 92% was supplied from Poland.
Just 1,090 tons of potash fertilizers for $295,000 were exported from Ukraine. Imports amounted to 50,000 tons for $14.6 million. The main buyer is Lithuania; the seller is Belarus.
Fertilizers with two, three elements (NPK) were exported in the amount of $3.6 million in the quantity of 3,400 tons, imported in the amount of $417.6 million in the quantity of 1.022 million tons. Kazakhstan was the leading importer. Russia has delivered fertilizers to Ukraine for $170.7 million. This is followed by Belarus and Poland with indicators $93.4 and $29.6 million, respectively. Thus, the closest pursuers do not even reach the volume of supplies from the Russian Federation, but after the introduction of the embargo, the situation will change.