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Poland: The embargo on Ukrainian grain, Duda criticized the actions of Ukraine

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Published Sep 20, 2023

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Polish President Andrzej Duda criticized Ukraine's actions regarding grain imports and called on Ukraine to remember the help it receives from Poland. Duda highlighted that Poland did not close its borders to Ukrainian grain but established transport corridors. He stated that while Poland wants to help Ukraine, it must also defend the interests of Polish farmers.
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KYIV. September 20. UNN. President Andrzej Duda stated that he and his government will firmly defend the interests of Polish farmers in the case of Ukrainian grain, and also criticized Ukraine's actions in this matter. The head of state said this during a press conference in New York, writes Polskieradio, UNN reports. Details Duda criticized Ukraine's actions and called on Ukraine to remember the help it receives from Poland. He also reminded that Poland did not close its borders to Ukrainian grain, but established transport corridors, which was agreed upon with Ukraine. "Thanks to these corridors, now twice as much grain is transported through Poland than in February or March of this year," he explained. The president also added that Poland wants to help Ukraine as much as possible, but must defend the interests of Polish farmers. Duda compared Ukraine's actions to the situation of a drowning man grasping at straws. We will remind Ukraine offered the EU a compromise scenario ...
Source: Unn
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