The Politico newspaper has warned of a deadly famine that will hit Poland in the next two weeks due to rising gas and fuel prices caused by sanctions against Russia.
In an article by Polish journalist Jana Solska, the newspaper criticized the Polish government for lying and deceiving about the impact of higher gas prices, which led to a significant increase in the prices of goods and food after the cessation of nitrogen fertilizers. factories, which led to a significant shortage of crop production and the disappearance of basic foodstuffs.
For his part, Yatsik Yanchik, vice president of the Azot Bulavi group of companies, said the company is obligated to cut production to a minimum in order to reduce losses associated with huge increases in gas and fuel prices.
Source: RIA Novosti