Poland has lifted its ban on imports of agricultural products from Ukraine after the European Commission (EC) set restrictions on imports of Ukrainian agri produce to ease their excess supply in Poland, Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia.
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Poland's ban on Ukrainian food applies both to its imports to this country and its transit through Poland, the Polish development and technology minister has said.
A Polish parliamentary committee has approved the allocation of PLN 600 million (EUR 129 million) from the state budget to help Polish farmers who have incurred losses caused by the import of Ukrainian grain.
Ukrainian grain imports into Poland have decreased over the past two weeks, Poland's agriculture minister said on Tuesday in a television interview.
Poland will receive financial compensation from the EU for the losses caused by imports of Ukrainian grain, Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister has said.
Poland's fuel imports reached a record high in 2022, the Polish Organisation of Oil Industry and Trade (POPiHN) reported on Thursday.
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