Romanian farmers protest in the front of the European Commision headquarters in Bucharest on April 7.
The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry said on April 29 that it had condemned the restrictions on Ukrainian grain imports into European Union countries as “categorically unacceptable” in diplomatic notes handed to Polish and EU representatives in Ukraine.
The European Commission on April 28 announced that it had reached an agreement in principle with Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Romania, and Bulgaria regarding the transit of Ukrainian agricultural products.
Earlier this month, Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and Slovakia voiced concerns that Ukrainian grain meant for export to other countries had ended up in their local markets, lowering local grain prices.
Source : RFERL