Hungary extends its list of prohibited goods from Ukraine

April 19, 2023



(RT)

Hungary has placed a temporary import ban on most agricultural goods from Ukraine, including grain and goods made from grain of Ukrainian origin. The ban covers all types of meat and most vegetables, as well as honey, eggs, sugar, cooking oil, and wine. The ban does not cover the transit of Ukrainian products, but only imports for the purpose of sale on the Hungarian market are subject to the restrictions. The five countries have asked the European Commission to reintroduce import duties and quotas on Ukrainian imports, but Brussels has been reluctant to do so. The European Commission is now preparing a new package of financial support worth €100 million for Eastern European farmers affected by imports of Ukrainian grain. The Commission will also implement protective measures for certain categories of crops and study the impact of Ukrainian imports on other agricultural products.

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