The European Commission’s new regulation on agricultural exports from Ukraine could be made public before the end of Monday, sources said.
The European Commission will extend the ban on the import of agricultural exports from Ukraine. But it will apply to a smaller number of goods. This was reported on Monday, June 5, by European Truth, citing a source in the Cabinet of Ministers.
“The ban will exclude durum wheat, corn hybrids, as well as material for sowing and sowing,” the source said.
According to him, the corresponding regulation of the European Commission can be officially announced today.
Remember, on May 2, the European Commission banned the import of wheat, corn, rapeseed and sunflower seeds of Ukrainian origin in Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia for the period until June 5, 2023. But the product This agricultural product can be sold to any other country and delivered in transit.
Now Polish Minister of Agriculture Robert Telus expressedwhich has already received from the European Commission a draft resolution on the extension of the ban on the import of Ukrainian grain until September 15.
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