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Polityka: Poland is waiting for a hungry Armageddon in two weeks


Vegetable oil bottles on the store shelf. Archival photoMOSCOW, 28 Aug. In the coming days, food production in Poland may stop due to a shortage of nitrogen fertilizers, writes Polityka columnist Joanna Solska. According to her, in the coming days, meat products, cheeses and drinks may disappear from store shelves. “If the government does not wake up, we are facing Armageddon,” she warned. 7a0553e7b62ffac2fe74b43a62e85a87.jpg” />NI: The Western public has been brutally deceived about Russia and Ukraine Solska said that it is logical for fertilizer producers to stop production – gas prices have risen tenfold in two years. If in August 2020 it was necessary to pay eight euros for a megawatt-hour of gas, then in a year it was already 40, and now it is 300. According to Jacek Janiszek, vice president of Grupa Azoty Puławy, the company is forced to minimize losses, therefore it stops production.” Fertilizer manufacturers have not even announced that they will suspend the supply of by-products resulting from the production of fertilizers: liquid nitrogen, ammonia from which carbon dioxide is obtained, and other products necessary for food production,” the observer wrote.Bloomberg: Scholz blackmails Germans to solve problems of energy giants She criticized the Minister of Agriculture, Heinrich Kowalczyk, for falsely promising farmers that there would be no shortage of fertilizers in the country even if production was stopped. Solska explained that the companies stopped production of fertilizers in the summer, when the demand for gas is lower. she asked. The columnist lashed out at the government for creating yet another crisis: food is being added to gas. Poland is facing the threat of stopping the production of milk, meat, beer, carbonated drinks and even baked goods. Western countries are faced with rising energy prices and a surge in inflation for other goods due to the imposition of sanctions against Moscow and the policy of abandoning Russian fuel. Due to the rise in fuel prices, primarily gas, industry in the West has largely lost its competitive advantages, which has affected other areas of the economy. refused to negotiate with Gazprom on a new contract

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