In the coming days, Ukraine will introduce a ban on the import of some types of agricultural products from Poland, including onions, tomatoes, cabbage and apples. This was stated by Deputy Minister of Economy - Trade Representative of Ukraine Taras Kachka, writes Rzeczpospolita. The deputy minister explained that after five months of negotiations, Ukraine lost hope of solving the agricultural export problem, and therefore the government filed a complaint with the World Trade Organization. Taras Kachka noted that the Ukrainian side did not receive a response from the Polish government. The speaker pointed out that Poland not only extended the ban, but also extended it to additional products, including flour and cereals. The deputy minister added that Ukraine wants to convince Poland to take a step back and agree to the grain trade licensing mechanism developed in cooperation with the EU. From the very beginning, we did not agree to the export ban. It is important for us to move in ...
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