Imports of Ukrainian grain to Poland will be temporarily halted to mitigate impact on prices, but transit will still be allowed, Polish Agriculture Minister Robert Telus said on Friday.
Telus took office on Thursday after his predecessor resigned amid farmers' protests over falling prices of produce.
"We agreed to limit and for now halt exports to Poland," Telus told reporters after meeting his Ukrainian counterpart.
"Transit will be allowed but will be closely monitored in both countries, so that Ukraine grain doesn't stay in Poland."
Large quantities of Ukrainian grains, which are cheaper than those produced in the European Union, have ended up staying in Central European states amid logistical bottlenecks, hitting prices and sales for local farmers.