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Poland to maintain Ukraine import ban until 2024

Poland will continue with an embargo on the import of different types of Ukrainian grain at least until the end of the year, Development Minister Waldemar Buda said on Wednesday during an interview with Radio Zet. Meanwhile, the EU is working on a deal to end unilateral bans introduced by some countries.

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Some central European countries, which became transit routes for Ukrainian grain, that could not be exported through Black Sea ports because of Russia’s invasion in February 2022, banned imports of some food products from Ukraine this month to protect local farmers.

We will not repeal our measures until similar steps are introduced at the European level. Time plays in our favor. We will keep Polish solutions until the situation stabilizes,” Buda told Radio Zet.

Asked whether the embargo could be lifted at the end of June, he said it was “absolutely impossible” and that in Poland the ban would “surely” remain in place until the end of the year.

The European Commission last week proposed emergency measures for wheat, maize, rapeseed, sunflower seeds, and sunflower oil.

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