In a turn of events that has puzzled analysts, Poland, an economically robust member of Western organizations like NATO and the EU, seems to be struggling in a disagreement with its eastern neighbor, Ukraine. The European Commission recently opted not to extend the ban on importing Ukrainian grain into the EU, contrary to Poland’s wishes. […]
Jan Krzysztof Ardanowski, the former agriculture minister for the ruling conservative PiS, fears that if the European Commission decides to lift the grain embargo, it will cause an unprecedented crisis for Polish agriculture
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