Ukraine's Kyiv does not want to impose an embargo on Polish fruits and vegetables, and hopes for negotiations

Published Sep 21, 2023

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Ukraine's Deputy Minister of Economy, Taras Kachka, announced that he does not expect Ukraine to impose an embargo on Polish apples and vegetables. He emphasized that the main goal is to reach an agreement with Poland rather than resorting to a ban. Kachka also stated that Ukraine is retreating from the idea of a mutual ban and that Poland will have the authority to decide how much Ukrainian grain can enter its market.
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This was announced by Deputy Minister of Economy of Ukraine Taras Kachka in an interview with the Polish radio station RMF24. “I expect that there will be no Ukrainian embargo on Polish apples and vegetables,” Kaczka said. According to the official, the possible introduction of an embargo on the import of Polish apples, tomatoes, onions and cabbage to Ukraine would be “the last step, and the main goal is to reach an agreement” with the Polish side. “Plan A is to find an agreement. We have presented a mechanism for joint control over four food products (wheat, rapeseed, corn, sunflower - TASS note) in order to protect the interests of Polish farmers,” he said, adding that Ukraine is retreating from the idea of a “common ban." “Poland will decide how much of this grain to let into its market,” the Ukrainian official added. Earlier on Monday, Taras Kachka said that Kiev will begin the process of filing a claim with the World Trade Organization ...
Source: Kvedomosti
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