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Ukrainian and Polish farmers may agree on transit in April

Mar 31, 2024

Next week, Ukrainian and Polish Agrarian Associations will continue negotiations on the transit of grain and other products and the unblocking of the border.


This was reported by RBC-Ukraine, citing a statement by First Deputy Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food Taras Vysotsky on the air of the United News telethon.

According to the official, a broad meeting of the Polish and Ukrainian sides is planned for the first two weeks of April, where farmers of the two countries can find a common language. It is expected that this could also become the basis for agreements at the interstate level.

Vysotsky noted that the meetings between Ukraine and Poland were the first time "such a specialized and professional discussion" took place.

The deputy minister said that now they have to work on each industry whose representatives were at the talks in the areas of the Association. These include products such as raspberries, juice, honey, eggs, cereals, and poultry.

According to Mr. Vysotsky, they are to finalize the agreements in a ready-made form. Kyiv hopes to see a concrete result in the first weeks of April.

Author - Serhii Kolomiets, 01/04/2024

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