What about the ban on grain imports from Ukraine?  Commissioner Wojciechowski answers

The EU Commissioner for Agriculture was asked about extending the EU embargo on Ukrainian grains beyond September 15 this year.

The European Commission imposed a ban on imports of wheat, maize, rapeseed and sunflowers from Ukraine to Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia in early May as a result of an agreement with these countries on Ukrainian agricultural food products. Initially, the ban lasted until June 5, then it was extended until September 15. The transit of grain through the territories of the so-called frontline countries is permitted.

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