REUTERS The State Agency of Fisheries of Ukraine says Ukrainian producers in January-September 2018 boosted exports of frozen fish by 66.5%, to US$1 million. "In the nine months of 2018, Ukraine exported 454 tonnes of frozen fish worth $1 million. Growth in physical terms was 21% year-over-year, while the exports grew by 66.5% in monetary terms," the agency&#39;s press service said in a statement. Read alsoEU accounts for almost half of agri-food supplies to Ukraine in 2017 – expert Moldova was the largest buyer in 2018, it imported 112 tonnes of frozen fish worth $196,000. Other key importers were Germany with 103 tonnes worth $334,000, Hungary with $194,000, Azerbaijan with $94,000, Romania with $45,000, Georgia with $56,000, and Belarus with $26,000. Over the period under review, the main staples for import were trout (54 tonnes worth $259,000), carp (29 tonnes worth $84,000), herring (11.6 tonnes worth $13,000), and other species (319 tonnes worth $534,000). As UNIAN reported earlier, Ukraine in 2017 increased shipments of fish and seafood by 26.5%, to 10,600 tonnes abroad. A total of 94,200 tonnes of fish and seafood were caught in 2017, which was 6.6% up from 2016, the agency said. The production of fish and foodstuffs made of it in Ukraine in 2017 totaled 63,300 tonnes, which was 1.1% up from 2016.