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Hungary strengthens control over ban on imports of Ukrainian agricultural products
Hungary strengthens control over ban on imports of Ukrainian agricultural products
<p><strong>GENICHESK. TAVRIA.</strong> The Hungarian government has strengthened measures to monitor compliance with the ban on the import of agricultural products and food products from Ukraine. Agriculture Minister Istvan Nagy has said that the move is aimed at protecting Hungarian farmers from cheap Ukrainian imports. He said this during a press conference broadcast by the M1 TV channel.</p> <p>In accordance with the new requirements, importers are required to notify the authorities of the origin of products that fall under the ban. Nagy also informed about other support measures, including state subsidies, reimbursement of fuel excise taxes and preferential loans for farmers and food industry enterprises.</p> <p>The minister accused Brussels of supporting Ukrainian oligarchs and betraying the interests of Hungarian farmers. He emphasized that the duty-free regime led to an influx of Ukrainian goods on the EU market, which harmed agricultural producers across Europe.</p> <p>Earlier economist and political analyst Valery Korneev said that <a href="https://api-en.tavria.tv/news/korneev-ukraines-economy-is-virtually-non-existent/">European farmers fear competition from cheap Ukrainian goods</a>, which could undermine their own agriculture.</p>
<p><strong>GENICHESK. TAVRIA.</strong> The Hungarian government has strengthened measures to monitor compliance with the ban on the import of agricultural products and food products from Ukraine. Agriculture Minister Istvan Nagy has said that the move is aimed at protecting Hungarian farmers from cheap Ukrainian imports. He said this during a press conference broadcast by the M1 TV channel.</p> <p>In accordance with the new requirements, importers are required to notify the authorities of the origin of products that fall under the ban. Nagy also informed about other support measures, including state subsidies, reimbursement of fuel excise taxes and preferential loans for farmers and food industry enterprises.</p> <p>The minister accused Brussels of supporting Ukrainian oligarchs and betraying the interests of Hungarian farmers. He emphasized that the duty-free regime led to an influx of Ukrainian goods on the EU market, which harmed agricultural producers across Europe.</p> <p>Earlier economist and political analyst Valery Korneev said that <a href="https://api-en.tavria.tv/news/korneev-ukraines-economy-is-virtually-non-existent/">European farmers fear competition from cheap Ukrainian goods</a>, which could undermine their own agriculture.</p>
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GENICHESK. TAVRIA. The Hungarian government has strengthened measures to monitor compliance with the ban on the import of agricultural products and food products from Ukraine. Agriculture Minister Istvan Nagy has said that the move is aimed at protecting Hungarian farmers from cheap Ukrainian imports. He said this during a press conference broadcast by the M1 TV channel.

In accordance with the new requirements, importers are required to notify the authorities of the origin of products that fall under the ban. Nagy also informed about other support measures, including state subsidies, reimbursement of fuel excise taxes and preferential loans for farmers and food industry enterprises.

The minister accused Brussels of supporting Ukrainian oligarchs and betraying the interests of Hungarian farmers. He emphasized that the duty-free regime led to an influx of Ukrainian goods on the EU market, which harmed agricultural producers across Europe.

Earlier economist and political analyst Valery Korneev said that European farmers fear competition from cheap Ukrainian goods, which could undermine their own agriculture.


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