Poland plans to ban Ukrainian grain transit from April 1

Published Mar 22, 2024

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Polish Agriculture Minister Czeslaw Sekirski, State Secretary Michał Kołozyczak, and representatives of protesting farmers have agreed to maintain the embargo on Ukrainian agricultural products, including wheat, corn, wheat flour, rapeseed, and sunflower seeds. The embargo, which has been in effect since mid-September 2023, will continue, and the Polish Minister of Agriculture has been tasked with requesting the government to halt the transit of certain products through Poland starting from April 1, 2024.
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The agreement was signed by Polish Agriculture Minister Czeslaw Sekirski, State Secretary Michał Kołozyczak and representatives of protesting farmers. The agreement stipulates that the current embargo on Ukrainian agricultural products will be retained, which will take effect from mid-September 2023 and apply to Ukrainian wheat, corn, wheat flour, rapeseed and sunflower seeds. Under the agreement, the ...
Source: Foodmate
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