Apples are seen at RAJPOL company, near Grojec August 4, 2014. Russia officially closed its borders to Polish fruit and vegetables on August 1, depriving farmers and exporters of a market worth more ... more 
Apples are seen at RAJPOL company, near Grojec August 4, 2014. Russia officially closed its borders to Polish fruit and vegetables on August 1, depriving farmers and exporters of a market worth more than 300 million euros ($400 million) last year. Moscow blamed repeated sanitary infringements by Polish farmers, but the move was widely seen at the time as retaliation for Poland's staunch support of Ukraine in its fight with pro-Russian separatists and Warsaw's push within the European Union for tougher sanctions on Russia. Picture taken on August 4, 2014. To match story UKRAINE-CRISIS/POLAND-SANCTIONS REUTERS/Filip Klimaszewski (POLAND - Tags: POLITICS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS) less 
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