Poland Requests One Billion Euros from European Commission to Restore Infrastructure for Ukrainian Grain Export

Poland Requests One Billion Euros from European Commission to Restore Infrastructure for Export of Ukrainian Grain

Poland has asked the European Commission to provide it with one billion euros to restore infrastructure for the export of grain and agricultural products from Ukraine after Russia prevented the export of Ukrainian grain through the Black Sea.

Polish News Agency Reports Expansion Plans

This is reported by the Polish news agency PAP, citing its sources: “The expansion of checkpoints between the two countries for heavy vehicles and the expansion of railway infrastructure in Przemysl (a Polish city on the border with Ukraine will be (half a billion euros) and Poland is considering this initial investment, and the remaining amount (500 million euros) will be used to modernize the railway border crossings between Poland and Ukraine, build bus stations and infrastructure to manage cross-border freight traffic.

Poland’s Request Confirmed by Permanent Representative

This was confirmed by the Permanent Representative of Poland to the European Union, Andriy Sadoch, who said: “For a year and a half, we have been looking for an opportunity to increase the transit of Ukrainian grain to third countries, especially to Africa, and this requires investments, which we asked the European Commission for.”

Poland Becomes Sole Export Route for Ukrainian Agricultural Products

After Russia blocked the export of Ukrainian grain through the Black Sea, Poland became the only way out for the export of agricultural products from Ukraine.

Source: News

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