Poland: The list of companies importing grain from Ukraine is ready, the cheapest wheat cost PLN 51 per tonne
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Published Feb 12, 2024
Poland's Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Michał Kołodziejczak, has revealed that the government has compiled a list of companies that imported grain from Ukraine. The government is now looking for legal ways to make this list public. Kołodziejczak criticized the previous government's list as inaccurate and false. He also disclosed that these imports, which included 330 thousand tons of technical grain, rapeseed, and corn, resulted in PLN 6 billion flowing to Ukraine.
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Deputy Minister of Agriculture Michał Kołodziejczak announced on Sunday in Morąg (Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship) that the list of companies that imported grain from Ukraine is complete and ready, and the government will look for legal grounds to make it public. "The list of all companies is already completed. This week we will rely on such legal opinions so that it can be made public. So that every Pole can see who was earning money when Polish farmers had a big problem," said Kołodziejczak. As he explained, the list was prepared on the basis of information "from various services", while the list published by the previous government is "imprecise" and, according to him, "untrue". Kołodziejczak added that the information about imports is "shocking" because - according to him - PLN 6 billion flowed to Ukraine. 330 thousand were imported. tons ...