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Bulgaria's Parliament votes to end Ukrainian grain import ban

  • Bulgaria has decided not to extend a ban on Ukrainian grain imports in five eastern EU nations, citing solidarity with Ukraine and the need for global food security.
  • The EU had previously restricted Ukrainian grain imports to five member states to protect their farmers, attributing a local market price slump to the influx of imports. However, Bulgaria's decision to lift the ban sets an example of true solidarity, according to President Volodymyr Zelensky.
  • Furthermore, Bulgaria aims to stimulate competition in the market and improve its infrastructure to facilitate faster transport of Ukrainian goods to third countries, for which it will seek assistance from Brussels.
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