The imports, however, must comply with all relevant licensing and declaration requirements.
This was said by Britain’s Minister of State, Department for International Trade, Greg Hands in response to a question from Labour MP, Madeleine Moon.
Q & A
Madeleine Moon -Labour– To ask the Secretary of State for International Trade, what restrictions exist on the import to the UK of goods from Zimbabwe.
Greg Hands- The Minister of State, Department for International Trade- Imports from Zimbabwe must comply with all relevant licensing and declaration requirements. As a member of the interim Eastern and Southern Africa Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with the EU, the import of goods from Zimbabwe currently benefit from duty-free access to the UK.-Insider