19:54 April 15, 2023
Minister of Development and Technologies Valdemar Buda signed an order banning the import of agricultural products from Ukraine, including grain, sugar, dry fodder, fruits and vegetables, wine, beef, veal and milk.
“We will never leave farmers without help,” Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Twitter, writes Dailylviv.com. – – Additional payments to the price of wheat – not less than PLN 1,400 per ton. Fertilizer subsidies. Subsidies for agricultural fuel have been increased. Ban on the import of grain from Ukraine to Poland”.
We will never leave farmers without help. That’s why we have specifics #dlaPolskiejWsi:
✅ Wheat subsidies – a ton not less than PLN 1400
✅ fertilizer subsidies,
✅ raised subsidies for agricultural fuel
✅ ban on importing grain from Ukraine to Poland. #PolskaVillage #PolskaWieśToFuture pic.twitter.com/wZjm3eMcW6
— Mateusz Morawiecki (@MorawieckiM) April 15, 2023
The Prime Minister of the Republic of Poland announced this today at a congress of Polish farmers.
The Minister of Agriculture of Ukraine, Mykola Solskyi, expressed regret over Poland’s ban on the import of agricultural products from Ukraine. This was reported by Polish Radio. Minister of Development and Technologies Valdemar Buda signed an order banning the import of agricultural products from Ukraine, including grain, sugar, dry fodder, fruits and vegetables, wine, beef, veal and milk.
Minister Solsky recalled that a few days ago he spoke with the Minister of Agriculture of Poland, Robert Telus, about the import and transit of Ukrainian grain through Poland, but the Polish side imposed a ban on the import of Ukrainian products.
Mykola Solsky noted that Ukraine understands the difficult situation that has arisen due to the blockade of Ukrainian ports by the Russians. “But it is obvious to the whole world and to every person in this world that the situation of Ukrainian farmers is the most difficult. And we ask the Polish side to take this into account,” said the Minister of Agriculture of Ukraine. He also expressed hope that during the planned visit to Poland the day after tomorrow, it will be possible to reach an agreement on the disputed issues and ensure the transit of Ukrainian grain through Poland.
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