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Poland has prepared transit corridors for the export of Ukrainian grain

Polish President Andrzej Duda said his country has prepared transit corridors for the export of Ukrainian grain, LETA reports citing UNN.

“Transit corridors have been established in Poland, thanks to which Ukrainian grain can be transported through Poland and exported where it is needed. We are trying to help Ukraine and those countries that need this help,” Duda said.

At the same time, he emphasized that he considered the decision of the Polish government to extend the ban on the sale of Ukrainian grain on the Polish market to be correct.

“I think the Polish government made the right decision by maintaining the ban. But at the same time, everything must be done to make transit as wide as possible,” Duda told Polish TV channel TVP1.

“Thanks to the work of our farmers, we support ourselves. We do not need grain from Ukraine. Their excellent harvest during the war almost does not reach the countries that really need it,” Duda said.

On September 16, the European Commission decided to lift restrictions on grain imports from Ukraine. Poland, Hungary and Slovakia said they would maintain the ban.

Controls on the import of Ukrainian grain have allowed Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Romania to limit access to their markets to Ukrainian products such as wheat, corn, rapeseed and sunflower.

Source: delfi

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