On 15 September 2023, the EU import restrictions on Ukrainian agricultural exports, which have been in place since the beginning of May, expire. At the same time, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia have announced that they will continue the import restrictions unilaterally.

The European Commission has analysed the data related to the impact of the exports of 4 categories of agricultural products on the EU market.

It has concluded that thanks to the work of the Coordination Platform and to the temporary measures introduced on 2 May 2023, the market distortions in the 5 Member States bordering Ukraine have disappeared.

A constructive attitude of all participants in the platform helped to solve concrete problems and ensured that exports to third countries outside the EU are flowing and even increasing.

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