Will Ukraine withdraw its complaint against Poland? He sets a condition

Taras Kaczka spoke about the possibility of withdrawing Ukraine’s complaint against Poland at the World Trade Organization (WTO).

In an interview with the Interfax-Ukraine news agency, Deputy Minister of Economy and Trade of Ukraine Taras Kaczka said that the Ukrainian government may withdraw the complaint against Poland to the World Trade Organization, indicating a condition.

– It is very important for us that Poland, other countries and the European Union guarantee that in the future there will be no restrictions such as the grain embargo, because they are illegal and inadequate, the politician said. – Only when we get a guarantee will we officially announce to the whole world that this dispute is over, he added.

‘They had no right to impose restrictions’

– Neither Poland, Hungary nor Slovakia had the right to impose unilateral restrictions, neither in April nor now. We warned about the possible lawsuit before April and that’s why we did what we warned about from the beginning, Kaczka said.

– As we can see from the reaction of our partners, filing a lawsuit with the WTO is absolutely the right and right step, because it highlights the nature of our outrage – he explained.

‘There are no negotiations taking place here’

Janusz Kowalski, Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development and politician of Sovereign Poland, commented on the issue on the social networking site Ukraine must withdraw the complaint against Poland at the WTO without imposing any conditions on Poland. Poland will not retreat an inch in defense of the interests of the farmers. There are no negotiations here,” he said. said.

Let us not forget that Ukraine has filed a complaint with the World Trade Organization against Poland, Hungary and Slovakia regarding the unilateral extension of the embargo on Ukrainian agricultural products by these countries, even though the European Union has decided to end it.

Source: Do Rzeczy