Warsaw hopes that Ukraine will abandon plans to impose an embargo on Polish vegetables

Updated Sep 22, 2023
Polish Minister of Agriculture Robert Telus hopes that Ukraine will not introduce an embargo on Polish vegetables and fruits, as it will "worse the situation". He stated this in a PAP comment, reports "European Truth". "We have no confirmation that Ukraine will introduce restrictions on the import of fruits and vegetables ... I hope this will not happen, as this will be an unnecessary escalation of the situation," Telus said. The Polish minister added that his country's position is that Ukrainian grain "should go to the countries where it was sent before the beginning of Russian aggression, and not to the markets of neighboring EU countries." He also said that the transit of Ukrainian agricultural products through Poland "is carried out without interruption." We remind you: Deputy Minister of Economy and Trade and Trade Representative of Ukraine Taras Kachka in an interview with Rzeczpospolita said that Ukraine is ready to introduce an embargo on onions, tomatoes, cabbage and ...
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