Poland will only be able to transport 1 million-2 million tonnes of Ukrainian grain a month, not the 4 million-5 million tonnes needed, apparently, to ward off global food insecurity, the country’s agriculture minister said on Tuesday.
Ukrainian grain exports could be routed through Poland as an alternative to the Black Sea, Poland’s agriculture minister said on Monday.
Tougher sanctions on Russia and Polish aid for Ukraine's grain exports dominated talks between Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and his Ukrainian counterpart Denys Shmyhal, in Kraków, southern Poland, on Saturday.
The average purchase prices for grain have gone up by 20-35 percent in Poland since the beginning of Russia's invasion of Ukraine on February 24, Pekao Bank analysts have written in a report.
The archaeological team believe that the vessel, which is six metres wide and 37-metres-long, could date back as far as the 14th century and was most likely a cargo ship or punt used to transport up to 100 tons of goods in the times when Poland was Western Europe’s main grain supplier.