In Bulgaria, the government has temporarily banned the import of 20 grains from Ukraine, mainly wheat, due to protests from local producers.
In his statement to the press, Prime Minister Gleb Dunaev stated that Bulgaria stands in solidarity with Ukraine, but imports of some products were temporarily suspended because local producers did not find the competition created by this cheap import fair fair.
Stating that the transit corridors will not be hindered, Dunev said, “I hope that the relevant bodies of the European Union will see that the ‘solidarity corridors’ established (with Ukraine) are not yielding the expected results and will lead to practices accordingly.” Poland, Hungary and Slovakia are participating in the Bulgaria demands. He said.
Agriculture Minister Yavor Gessev also stated that the decision will come into effect from April 24 and will remain in effect until June 30.
In addition to wheat, the import of sunflower seeds, sunflower oil, corn, honey, milk, milk powder, nuts, hazelnuts, eggs, chicken, pork, lamb, rye, wine, vinegar and some other products were included in the “prohibited”. ” existing.
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