REUTERS Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration Olha Stefanishyna says Ukraine is ready to meet China&#39;s growing demand for Ukrainian food and farm produce. "Ukraine has a strong export potential, and we are ready to meet China&#39;s growing demand for high-quality food and Ukrainian agricultural products, including flour, apples, sweet cherries, chicken meat, fish, and legumes," the Cabinet&#39;s press service quoted Stefanishyna as saying on July 24, following a meeting with Chinese Ambassador to Ukraine Fan Xianrong. Read alsoChina opens its market for Ukrainian blueberries, bilberries The Ukrainian official also pointed to growing bilateral trade between Ukraine and China, which is an important signal that there are common business interests and new prospects for the development of trade and economic relations. REUTERS According to Stefanishyna, the re-launch of flights between Kyiv and Beijing, which were suspended over the quarantine, is important to strengthen cultural, humanitarian, and business cooperation. As UNIAN reported earlier, Ukraine in the first half of 2020 boosted farm produce exports to Asian countries by 14.5% amid the COVID-19 pandemic. In particular, China increased purchases of Ukrainian food by 1.5 times (+52.8%), to US$1.4 billion.