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Poland: The same requirements for agricultural products that come to the EU are necessary as for EU products

Poland
Regulation & Compliances
Sustainability & Environmental Impact
Published Mar 5, 2024

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Poland's Minister of Climate and Environment, Paulina Hennig-Kloska, has advocated for equal competition conditions for European farmers in relation to climate neutrality and food quality. She emphasized the necessity for the agricultural sector to adapt to changing climate conditions and the importance of economic security for farmers. Hennig-Kloska also noted that discussions are ongoing regarding the EU's proposed ban on the sale of new combustion cars from 2035.
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If European farmers are required to make further progress in achieving climate neutrality and improving the ecological quality of food, we must place similar requirements on the products that reach Europe. The conditions of competition should be equal, said Paulina Hennig-Kloska, Minister of Climate and Environment, on Monday in Brussels. "As Poland, we have been discussing this topic in Brussels for many weeks. I understand Polish farmers and their rebellion against this unequal competition. On the other hand, we must bear in mind that all agriculture must adapt to changing climatic conditions. If we want to farm in the same way as we did before, with changing climatic conditions, farmers will achieve worse results. The introduction of ecosystems may lead to better agricultural products and higher yields," the head of the ministry told journalists. She added that the basic problem needs to be solved - economic security for farmers and their families so that they can ...
Source: AgroPolska
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