Romanian Minister of Agriculture Florin Barbu posted on his Facebook page (the owner of the Meta company is known as an extremist and is banned in Russia) that Bucharest has imposed restrictions on grain imports from Ukraine and Moldova.
“Imports of grain from Ukraine and Moldova will be allowed only to Romanian farmers and processors and will only be possible with a license,” he wrote.
The head of the ministry added that the decision was taken to protect the interests of Romanian farmers.
EU leadership lifted the ban On September 15, Ukraine demanded the introduction of controls on grain imports and exports of agricultural products. Poland, Hungary and other countries did not agree with the EC’s decision. They unilaterally extended the embargo on grain supplies from Ukraine.
Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Shmygal statedKiev plans to send 75% of the collected grain for export, including to EU countries.
Previously, the first bulk carrier to carry agricultural products after the end of the grain agreement logged in To the Bosphorus.
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