From Friday, the transit of agricultural goods from Ukraine through the territory of Poland is possible. This is the result of the ordinance of the Minister of Development and Technology published in the Journal of Laws on the night from Thursday to Friday. The regulation enters into force on the day of its announcement, i.e. from Friday, April 21, and is to remain in force until June 30.
On Friday, around 2 a.m., the Regulation of the Minister of Development and Technology on the ban on imports of Ukraine agricultural products. The regulation enables the transit of agricultural goods from Ukraine through Polish territory.
The carriage of goods through Poland will be possible on the basis of EU regulations on external transit or on the basis of the Convention on a common transit procedure drawn up in Interlaken, provided that the transit through our country ends in the seaports of Gdańsk, Gdynia, Świnoujście or Szczecin or outside the territory of Polish Republic.
The regulation enters into force on the day of its announcement, i.e. from Friday, April 21, and is to remain in force until June 30.
Transit ban lifted, import ban maintained
The new regulations, apart from the exception related to transit, are to maintain the ban on importing cereals, sugar, dried fodder, seeds, hops, flax and hemp, fruit and vegetables and processed fruit and vegetable products to Poland from Ukraine.
Wine, beef and veal, milk and dairy products, pork, mutton and goat meat, eggs, poultry meat, ethyl alcohol, bee products and “other products” will also be banned.
The new regulation is to replace the current regulation, which completely prohibits the import of the above products into Poland, including transit.
The ordinance of the Minister of Finance, under which the goods transport monitoring system (SENT system) is to cover the transport of cereals, eggs and poultry meat, as well as bee products, was published on Thursday.
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