Slovak Prime Minister Eduard Heger said that his country will suspend the import of grain and some other products from Ukraine.
Bulgaria indicated that it was also discussing the suspension of the import of Ukrainian agricultural products entering the European market without duties, after a similar decision by Poland and Hungary, and the prime ministers of several EU countries appealed to the European Commission for intervention in the crisis resulting from the influx of grain from Ukraine.
According to farmers, low-quality Ukrainian grain is supplied at dumping prices, which leads to a sharp reduction in prices for domestic producers, and there may not be enough space in storage for a new crop.
For his part, the Minister of Agriculture of Ukraine discussed with his Hungarian counterpart the issue of exports of Ukrainian products, indicating that he does not accept unilateral decisions, after the announcement of the suspension of imports of Ukrainian agricultural products by Poland and Hungary amid protests from local farmers, and the European Commission announced that it was studying this information.
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