Poland and Hungary to restrict Ukrainian grain imports
Hungary’s agriculture minister said on Saturday that “in the absence of meaningful E.U. measures,” his country would follow Poland in restricting Ukrainian grain imports until the end of June, according to Hungarian news reports. The two countries said the measures were necessary to protect their farming sectors from cheap imports. The ban applies to grains, dairy products, sugar, fruit, vegetables and meats and will be in force until the end of June. Ministers from Poland and Ukraine are due to meet to discuss the issue in Poland on Monday.
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