Poland: Transit from Ukraine is still ongoing

Updated Sep 25, 2023
There has been a lot of talk about an embargo in recent days. The comments of politicians and market experts do not emphasize that the transit of all products from war-engaged Ukraine, including the four species of agricultural produce, i.e. wheat, corn, rapeseed and sunflower, is still being carried out. We provide specific numbers.
Since the outbreak of the war, it has been loudly said that in order for Poland to help and not harm itself, transit, and not direct import, should be carried out from Ukraine. Unfortunately, this was often not the case over these many months. What now, when, according to formal information, only one of the basic agricultural raw materials "transits" through our country? There is huge confusion and even diplomatic conflict between the neighbors. And what are the numbers? How much grain and other raw materials have been transported to Poland recently? Transit of agricultural products from Ukraine These data were provided by Janusz Wojciechowski, Commissioner for Agriculture of the European Union, on the X website (formerly Twitter). - We have fresh data from August 2023 - Ukraine exported a record 4 million tons of grain through solidarity corridors (i.e. transit through the borders and territory of Romania, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia)! Even though there was a "border" ban, ...
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