Poland and Ukraine have agreed to find a common solution to the grain embargo, which has sparked a dispute between the two countries.

This is stated on the website of the Ministry of Agrarian Policy.

It is noted that the Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine Mykola Solskyi had a telephone conversation with his Polish counterpart Robert Telus.

"The ministers discussed the situation, as well as Ukraine's proposal to resolve it, and agreed to find a solution that takes into account the interests of both countries. The parties confirmed the close and constructive relations that they have repeatedly demonstrated and agreed, taking this into account, to develop an option for cooperation on export issues in the near future," the ministry said.

In the coming days, it is expected that the issues prepared by that time from both sides will be discussed.

In addition, Poland agreed to study Ukrainian export plan and prepare its proposals for it.

Meanwhile, PAP writes that Polish Agriculture Minister Robert Telus noted that they are "open to finding a solution that will secure the Polish market, protect Polish farmers and help Ukraine."

"We want to help Ukraine with transit, but it should be transit, not harm Polish farmers," he said.

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