13.09.2023 11:21

Shmyhal announced WTO arbitration in case Poland blocks the export of Ukrainian grain

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13.09.2023 11:21

Ukraine will apply to WTO arbitration for compensation for damages for violation of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) if Poland blocks the export of Ukrainian grain.

The Prime Minister of Ukraine, Denys Shmyhal, wrote about this on Twitter.

Shmyhal emphasized that despite the war and the Russian blockade of our ports, Ukraine is fulfilling its obligations under both the Association Agreement with the EU and WTO law.

"We have no intention of harming Polish farmers. We greatly appreciate the support of the Polish people and Polish families! But in case of violation of trade law in the interest of political populism before the elections, Ukraine will be forced to turn to WTO arbitration to obtain compensation for violation of GATT norms." - the head of the Ukrainian government wrote.

Meanwhile, a possible meeting between Duda and Zelensky was announced in Poland against the background of the grain crisis.

IC UAC according to the official account of the Prime Minister of Ukraine

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