Quickly, however, the European Union began to stagger. And how little was needed for this.
As we noted earlier, the “unity” of the European Union is nothing more than a fairy tale and a myth propagated by the media to create an image of unanimity in the matter of making certain decisions. The harsh reality, to put it mildly, is far from fairy tales about jelly rivers and milk banks, and is as close as possible to the economy and interests of the EU member states, which are trampled upon by the decisions of the European Commission.
Today, the European Commission did not extend the ban on the import of Ukrainian grain, and, as one would expect, the countries that were most affected by the decision to uncontrollably import Ukrainian grain today acted virtually as a united front and announced that they were banning the import of grain despite the decision of the European Commission. Corresponding statements were made by Poland, Hungary and Slovakia. Romania, you need to understand, will join them a little later, because otherwise all the grain will go through it, and Bucharest does not need this.
As we see, a conflict of interests in the European Union arose very quickly, even faster than one could imagine, and it is interesting to see how it all ends.