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The indicators of the export of Ukrainian agricultural products by sea and transit through Poland are incomparable

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Published Feb 22, 2024

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In January, only 5% of Ukraine's total monthly agricultural shipments, equivalent to 0.37 million tons, passed through Poland, according to Ukraine's Minister of Community Development, Territories and Infrastructure, Oleksandr Kubrakov. Sea exports of Ukrainian food products in the same month amounted to 6.7 million tons. Throughout 2022, up to 1 million tons of agricultural products were exported from Ukraine through Poland. Kubrakov refuted claims of market oversaturation by Polish agricultural associations as unfair, suggesting that the blockade is advantageous to Russia.
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In January of this year in transit through the territory of Poland, only 0.37 million tons of Ukrainian agricultural products passed, which is about 5% of the total volume of monthly shipments. This indicator was cited by the Minister of Community Development, Territories and Infrastructure of Ukraine Oleksandr Kubrakov during inclusion in the National telethon "Yedini Novyny", the ministry's press service reported on February 19. At the same time, he added that the January indicator of sea exports of Ukrainian food products amounted to 6.7 million tons. "Thus, the figures of grain export by sea and transit through Poland are incomparable," the minister emphasized. He also added that throughout 2022, Ukraine exported up to 1 million tons of agricultural products through the territory of Poland. "This shows that the statements of Polish agricultural associations regarding the oversaturation of their market ...
Source: Agravery
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