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The Ambassador of Ukraine to Poland appealed to farmers to stop blocking the border

Ukraine
Poland
Supply Chain Management
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Published Apr 20, 2024

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In Poland, farmers protesting in the Podkarpackie and Lublin provinces have blocked border crossings with Ukraine, disrupting truck traffic to draw attention to their grievances, while allowing passenger vehicles to pass. The protest, planned for 48 hours, aims to signal their distress over issues such as the impact of Ukrainian grain on the Polish market. Ukrainian Ambassador to Poland, Vasyl Zwarycz, has appealed to the farmers to end their blockade, emphasizing the importance of Polish support for Ukraine amidst its conflict with Russia and highlighting efforts by the Polish government and the EU to address the farmers' concerns, including subsidies and restrictions on imports from Russia and Belarus. Prime Minister Donald Tusk has also urged the protesters not to hinder Ukraine's critical situation by blocking the crossings, assuring further government assistance.
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On Friday, Ukrainian ambassador to Poland Vasyl Zwarycz appealed to Polish farmers to stop blocking border crossings. "Help Ukraine survive and defend itself and you against the Russian aggressor," he stressed. "I appeal to those organizations of Polish farmers that continue to block freight traffic on sections of roads to individual border crossings with Ukraine, in particular in Medyka, Korczowa, Dorohusk and Hrebenne. Please hear the voice of your native Polish government, if you still do not "you hear how Russian missiles are exploding in Ukraine, how they are mourning those who died as a result of Russian terrorist attacks on residential buildings, how the enemy is destroying critical infrastructure and the entire economy of war-torn Ukraine," the ambassador wrote in an appeal to farmers posted on social media. According to him, the Polish government is currently supporting farmers and "making important decisions that help solve their urgent needs." "It seems that there is ...
Source: AgroPolska
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