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Five EU countries including Bulgaria call on the EC to review the Imports from Ukraine

The heads of state and government of Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia sent a letter to the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, in which they call for a review of measures to counteract the negative effects of increased imports of agricultural products from Ukraine in these countries, reported the press office of the Bulgarian president. According to the leaders of the five EU member states, Russia’s war against Ukraine has led not only to a huge increase in production costs in the agricultural sector and risk to business but also to problems in agricultural markets in Europe, the letter states. The most serious difficulties due to the significant increase in the supply of agricultural products are observed precisely in the countries that border Ukraine or are in close proximity to it….