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Poland began to buy agricultural products more actively in the Russian Federation and Belarus

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Published Mar 2, 2024

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Poland has seen a significant increase in the import of agricultural products from Russia, exceeding 2021 figures and reaching $117 million, with oilseed and grain imports more than doubling. However, there has been a notable decrease in the import of Russian meal and their remains. Belarusian agricultural imports to Poland have also seen a rise in 2022 and 2023. Despite these increases, the volume of imports from Russia and Belarus still falls short compared to those from Ukraine.
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The import of agricultural products from the Russian Federation to Poland exceeded the figures of 2021, reaching $117 million, Ukrainian Pravda reports. The import of oilseeds and grains has more than doubled. Oil import volumes remained almost unchanged. Much less Russian meal and their remains began to be imported to Poland. Their imports fell from $25 million in 2021 to $1 million in 2023. Journalists of the publication claim that a similar situation exists with the import of Belarusian products to Poland. The European country's import of meal, oil and grain from Belarus gradually increased in 2022 and 2023. In total, Poland paid Belarus $55 million for purchased agricultural products last year Rapeseed meal was included in the products purchased by the neighboring country. We are talking about the remains of rapeseed processing. They are used in the preparation of pet food. Under the pressure of protesters, in September 2023, the Polish side introduced a ban on the import of ...
Source: Agropolit
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