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Poland and Canada discussed the possibilities of exporting Ukrainian grain to countries in need

Ukraine
Published Feb 27, 2024

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Poland's Prime Minister, Donald Tusk, has held discussions with Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, regarding the expansion of Ukrainian grain exports to countries in need. Poland has expressed readiness to actively participate and co-finance these initiatives. Tusk also addressed the ongoing farmers' protest at the Polish-Ukrainian border, acknowledging that Polish farmers and food producers are defending their interests and emphasized the need to find solutions.
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We discussed how Poland and Canada could radically increase the possibilities of exporting Ukrainian grain to countries in need. Poland is ready to actively participate and co-finance such activities. We will have something to work on together, said Prime Minister Donald Tusk. The head of the Polish government met on Monday in Warsaw with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. At a press briefing after the meeting, Tusk referred to the farmers' protest on the Polish-Ukrainian border and thanked the Canadian Prime Minister for understanding "other contexts of the situation in our region." "Thank you for understanding the arguments of Polish farmers. This is not a simple matter, I have already explained it many times, also to our public opinion and to our friends in Ukraine: Polish farmers and Polish food producers are defending their interests. The whole of Europe is gripped by this anxiety today. We must look for solutions," Tusk said. "We talked about how Canada and Poland could ...
Source: AgroPolska
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