Poland and Hungary will keep the ban on Ukrainian grain.

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By vexwift.com

Polish Minister of Agriculture, Czeslaw Sekierski said: “Poland will maintain a ban on the import of Ukrainian grain despite the threat of EU sanctions.”

Hungary imposed an import ban on 24 Ukrainian products such as grains, rapeseed and sunflower seeds, certain meat products, honey and eggs.

Brussels announced on Friday that it would not extend a ban on Ukrainian grain imports that applied to Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Romania and Bulgaria. That measure expired Friday. Poland, Hungary and Slovakia said they would impose their own bans on Ukrainian grain.

Piotr Müller, spokesperson for the Polish government said.
“We do not agree with the decision of the European Commission and in the interest of Polish farmers and consumers, we are introducing national measures.”

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