Poland is among five countries bordering Ukraine that have signed a joint position on extending a ban on the import of four types of grain from Ukraine until the end of 2023, Poland's agriculture minister has announced.
The agriculture ministers of Poland, Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia have written another letter to the EC in the matter concerning agricultural products from Ukraine, sources have told PAP.
The agriculture ministers of Poland, Bulgaria, Romania, Slovakia and Hungary have appealed to the EC for measures needed to counteract disturbances on EU markets caused by increased food imports from Ukraine.
Poland has exported over 2 million tonnes of Ukrainian grain since Russia invaded Ukraine last February, Poland's agriculture minister said on Thursday.
There will be no food shortages either in Poland or in the European Union due to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, a Polish deputy agriculture minister has said.