Poland: Details of negotiations with Ukraine should not be disclosed at this stage

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Published Mar 1, 2024

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Poland's Minister of Agriculture, Czesław Siekierski, has stated that the details of ongoing trade negotiations with Ukraine should not be disclosed at this stage. This statement was made in response to an inspection by PiS MPs, who claimed that the ministry had classified this information. Siekierski reassured that the Ministry of Agriculture has nothing to hide and that the MPs had the opportunity to obtain information from directors and employees.
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Details of negotiations with Ukraine regarding trade should not be disclosed at the current stage of talks, said the Minister of Agriculture, Czesław Siekierski. On Tuesday, PiS MPs announced during an inspection at the ministry that the ministry had classified this information. "Taking into account the current stage of talks with the Ukrainian side in the field of trade in agricultural products, it is not justified and necessary to make public the details of the negotiations at this time, which should be particularly understood by the former deputy prime minister and ministers of the Polish government," Siekierski wrote in a letter to the head of the PiS parliamentary club Mariusz Błaszczak, published on Wednesday on the website of the Ministry of Agriculture. PiS politicians - the head of the club, Mariusz Błaszczak, and MPs: Paweł Jabłoński and Waldemar Buda - went to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development with parliamentary control on Tuesday. As they claimed, in ...
Source: AgroPolska
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