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Poland: The implementation of the Green Deal should be postponed until the end of the war in Ukraine

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Published Feb 21, 2024

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Agricultural economics expert, Prof. Piotr Bórawski, suggests that the EU should delay the implementation of the Green Deal until the market stabilizes from the impact of the war in Ukraine and the influx of Ukrainian agricultural products. He argues that the current situation is causing an oversupply and price drop, which is burdensome for farmers in Poland and other EU countries. Bórawski also criticizes the Green Deal for its primary focus on environmental effects, while neglecting the economic and social balance.
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The implementation of the Green Deal should be postponed until the market situation related to the war in Ukraine and the inflow of Ukrainian agricultural products normalizes - says an expert in the field of agricultural economics, Prof. Piotr Bórawski. In his opinion, at the moment it would be too much of a burden for farmers in Poland and other EU countries. A scientist from the University of Warmia and Mazury in an interview with PAP recalled that the protests of farmers who demand, among others, departures from the European Green Deal strategy, take place in a situation where the war in Ukraine has resulted in the inflow of large amounts of agricultural products from that country. "The situation is so difficult that the Green Deal adds another nail to the coffin for farmers who have already lost a lot due to the inflow of grain from Ukraine. Prices of some agricultural products have fallen by up to 50 percent." - he said. "We have an oversupply of products from Ukraine, which ...
Source: AgroPolska
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