Lithuania will be allowed to export pigs to Poland again this weekStaff Writer | January 22, 2019
Lithuania will be get its permit to export pigs to Poland back this week, Lithuanian Minister of Agriculture Giedrius Surplys says LETA/BNS.
Trade In December, Poland banned the export of Lithuanian pork and pigs
In his words, the Polish Agriculture Minister Jan Krzysztof Ardanowski will make the decision in writing.
"We respect the EU free trade rules (…) It is very important for me as Lithuania is a very important strategic partner of ours. We, therefore, decided to restore bilateral trade based on the EU law," Ardanowski said.
In December, Poland banned the export of Lithuanian pork and pigs grown in secondary swine flu zones where dead swine-affected bores have been found. ■