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Russia denounces Poland’s intention to control Ukrainian economy

Russia denounces Poland’s intention to control Ukrainian economy

Moscow, Aug 8 (Prensa Latina) Russia's Foreign Intelligence Service on Monday denounced Poland's plans to establish its control over "the most promising sectors" of Ukraine's economy.
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“It is becoming more and more evident that it is not only about the possibility of the deployment of Polish peacekeepers in the western regions of this country, but the establishment of control over the most promising sectors of the economy of the neighboring country,” according to a communiqué from the Foreign Intelligence Service broadcast by the RT channel.

Likewise, the intelligence agency noted that among the sectors included in Warsaw’s ambitious plan is agricultural production.

In this regard, it said that Polish companies use the difficult situation faced by Ukrainian farmers and organize the purchase of their products at low prices, which in some cases leads to the bankruptcy of the companies.

Then, they plan to buy their assets at low cost. “This can be illustrated, for example, by the facts of buying new crop barley at 30 dollars a ton, which is almost five times cheaper than the real price of this product,” the Service referred.

In this regard, the agency noted that Poland invests money in the creation of a transport infrastructure and other logistics for unimpeded export of Ukrainian food to Europe and other markets, putting significantly higher prices.

In this context, the Russian agency explained that Kiev, for its part, creates a legal basis to facilitate Warsaw’s efforts.


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