Slovakia indefinitely extends the ban on the import of agricultural products from Ukraine
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Published Nov 30, 2023
The Slovakian government has extended the ban on the import of agricultural products from Ukraine and has expanded the list of restricted goods. The previous ban covered four products until the end of the year, but now additional items such as honey and barley have been included. This comes after Poland also decided not to resume imports of Ukrainian grain.
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The Government of Slovakia supported the extension of the ban on the import of agricultural products from Ukraine for an indefinite period and expanded the list of goods to which it applies. The adopted resolution of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development of Slovakia is published on the government portal of the Republic. As "European Truth" reports, Slovakia's previous ban extended to four products until the end of the year, namely: wheat, corn, rapeseed and sunflower seeds. Now honey, barley, wheat flour, malt, soybeans, cane or beet sugar, bran, ...