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The government of Bulgaria promised the protesters to limit the import of sunflowers from Ukraine

Sunflower Seed
Bulgaria
Ukraine
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Published Sep 20, 2023

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After lengthy negotiations, the government and farmers have reached an agreement on most of the issues raised by the protesters. Prime Minister Nikolay Denkov has promised to impose temporary restrictions on sunflower imports from Ukraine, but the farmers' demand for a ban on all imports of Ukrainian cereals will not be fully met. The government has also committed to paying subsidies to the farmers by September 30.
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After hours of negotiations, the government and farmers reached an agreement on most of the issues raised by the protesters. Prime Minister Nikolay Denkov promised the government to impose temporary restrictions on sunflower imports from Ukraine. The protesters demanded the continuation of the ban on all imports of Ukrainian cereals. "What we have united around is that for every single point raised by the protesters, we can either offer a solution or we can explain how we will seek the solution in the shortest possible time," Prime Minister Nikolay Denkov said after the meeting . However, the protesters in front of the government building did not approve of the news of the meeting, which was conveyed to them by their representatives. The reason for the dissatisfaction of the farmers was the decision of the parliament to cancel the ban on the import of certain products from Ukraine. A proposal for this was made by DPS, GERB and PP-DB. On Tuesday evening, it became clear that the ...
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