Hungary and a number of other EU countries want to maintain the ban on the import of Ukrainian grain. On September 15, the embargo on the import of wheat, corn, rapeseed and sunflower seeds from Ukraine expires. Poland and Romania also announced their intention to prolong the ban, even if the European Union is against it. At the same time, Kiev announced its readiness to appeal to the World Trade Organization demanding compensation from Poland, which decided to extend the ban on the import of Ukrainian grain. According to experts, the current situation around the grain issue once again proves the inconsistency of the myth of a consolidated Europe, no matter how much Ukraine hopes for package support on any issue.