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Expensive fertilizer prices, Poland accuses Gazprom

2021-10-11T11:50:34.869Z

(HANDLE) BRUSSELS - The increase in the price of gas also affects that of fertilizers, which grew by 79% compared to last year , and the responsibility "lies in the decisions of the Gazprom company, which blocked the sale of this resource". The accusation is contained in an information note that the delegation of Poland will present today to the Agriculture and Fisheries Council taking place in Luxembourg.



BRUSSELS -

The increase in the price of gas also affects that of fertilizers, which grew by 79% compared to last year

, and the responsibility "lies in the decisions of the Gazprom company, which blocked the sale of this resource".

The accusation is contained in an information note that the

delegation of Poland will

present today to the Agriculture and Fisheries Council taking place in Luxembourg. 

Already during the Environment Council last week, Warsaw had pointed the finger

at speculation and Russia

.

Today he stresses that the increases in gas prices that impact on fertilizers "jeopardize the achievement of the key prerequisites of the European Union deriving from the European Green Deal".

"The impact of the fertilizer crisis will extend to the entire economy - the note reads - which, in turn, will cause

social tensions"

.

Poland asks

for compensation for farmers to "stabilize food prices"

.

Source: ansa

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