The world is facing a triple, energy, food security and economic crisis because of the war in Ukraine
The world is facing a triple crisis - energy, food security and economic crisis - as a result of the war in Ukraine, which is only exacerbated by the measures taken by Brussels, and the only solution is peace, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said in Brussels on Thursday.
Ukrainian grain was in the focus at the Agriculture and Fisheries Council in April
Ministers of agriculture exchanged views among others on the market situation, thus the problems with increasing agricultural imports from Ukraine and the implementation of the new CAP Strategic Plans in their meeting held on 25th of April in Luxembourg.
Hungary will be able to maintain its ban on grain imports from Ukraine
Although no decision was taken at the EU Agriculture Council meeting on how to avert the internal market crisis caused by Ukrainian grain in the European Union, the upcoming agreement will mean that Hungary will be able to maintain its ban on grain imports from Ukraine, Agriculture Minister István Nagy told Hungarian journalists in Luxembourg on Tuesday.
War mood in the EU, majority in favour of increased arms transfers
The atmosphere in the European Union is one of war, with the overwhelming majority of member states wanting to supply Ukraine with more weapons for more money, more quickly, while pro-peace actors are under heavy attack, Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó said in Luxembourg on Monday.
Hungary can maintain its ban on imports of Ukrainian agricultural products
During the negotiations with the European Commission, Hungary was able to maintain the results and measures related to the ban on imports of Ukrainian agricultural products, Minister of Agriculture István Nagy told MTI in Brussels on Wednesday.