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Poland agrees to help Ukraine export grain via border
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KYIV, May 17 - Ukraine and Poland have agreed to ensure the possibility of transit of grain crops through joint border checkpoints, as well as its rail transit through the border checkpoints Werchrata-Rava Ruska, Medyka-Shehyni and Kroscienko-Smilnytsia.

The statement on the simplification of export of Ukrainian grains and the recognition by Ukraine of the regionalization of the territory of Poland on African swine fever was made by Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine Mykola Solsky and Deputy Prime Minister - Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development of Poland Henryk Kowalczyk on May 16, according to the website of the Ministry of Agrarian Policy.

In the joint statement, we and the Polish side consolidated the results of our weekly work. The measures envisaged by the statement will significantly simplify the border crossing of our goods with grain and, accordingly, accelerate and increase export volumes, which is a priority in the work of the Ministry of Agrarian Policy at the present time," Solsky said.

In addition to ensuring the possibility of transit of Ukrainian grain through Polish border checkpoints, the parties agreed to increase the number of Polish veterinary inspectors on the border with Ukraine to 19 people, as well as to change their work schedule to a round-the-clock one at the busiest border checkpoints. (om/ez)




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