- Poland bans imports of grains and certain food products from Ukraine despite prior agreement.
- The move aims to shield Polish farmers from competition and prevent a crisis of its agriculture.
- The ban violates an agreement reached earlier this month and threatens the alliance between the two countries.
- Part of the grain supply is piling up in eastern Europe, straining the goodwill Ukraine needs.
Ukraine Says Polish Ban on Its Grain Violates Recent Agreement
Poland's ban on Ukrainian grain imports violates prior agreement and aims to protect its farmers, straining the goodwill Ukraine needs. The move threatens to harm the alliance between two countries.