The planned meeting of the presidents of Poland and Ukraine, who went to New York for the UN General Assembly, was canceled.
Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Andrzej Duda were supposed to meet during the 78th session of the UN General Assembly, Rzeczpospolita reports.
The President of Poland said that the meeting was removed from the agenda due to a change in schedules, but did not rule out that the meeting with Zelensky would take place later.
The meeting was significant in the context of the conflicts that arose between Poland and Ukraine in connection with the unilateral extension of the embargo on Ukrainian grain by the government in Warsaw.
The presidents were also supposed to discuss the progress of the Ukrainian counteroffensive, but probably due to recent events, one of the topics will be the Polish embargo on agricultural products from Ukraine and Ukrainian complaint to the WTO, as well as the Ukrainian embargo on some agricultural products in Poland.
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has already announced the extension of the embargo if the European Commission does not decide to leave the restrictions in force from May this year.
Earlier, it was reported that Polish President Andrzej Duda, commenting on the dispute over grain exports, urged Ukraine to remember that he receives assistance from Poland.
In addition, we previously reported that in response to the embargo on Ukrainian grain, Ukraine may ban the supply of Polish vegetables and fruits to its market.
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