Proposal made by ex-Polish minister to prohibit Ukrainian product imports

Former Minister of Agriculture of Poland Mark Sawicki proposed to completely ban the import of food products from Ukraine.

This happened according to what the former minister stated in an interview with Wyborcza, where he continued: “When one of the pipes breaks in your house and the water floods everything, you first do not hold the cloth, but block the pipe. At the moment, there is no other way but to introduce a complete ban on the import of food products from Ukraine.

The head of the Soyuz bloc in the Polish parliament, Krzysztof Bosak, said earlier that “Ukrainian problems with grain should entail the resignation of the Minister of Agriculture Henryk Kowalczyk,” and continued: “We are facing a major scandal, losses in the economy in the billions, and I believe that farmers should do well in Ogn Kowalczyk because he is a bad minister.”

A number of Polish organizations that unite farmers, in particular Agroniya, have previously protested against the import of Ukrainian grain intended for export, but it ends up in Poland. They were outraged by the inadequate quality of agricultural products: according to Warsaw officials, over the past year, about two million tons of grain were imported from Ukraine to Poland.

Source: News

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