During the past day, Polish farmers did not let a single truck from Ukraine pass through three checkpoints

Supply Chain Management
Innovation & Technology
Published Apr 17, 2024

Tridge summary

Polish farmers are currently staging protests by blocking the movement of trucks at three key checkpoints - "Yagodin", "Rava-Ruska", and "Ugryniv", leading to significant disruptions in cross-border traffic with Poland. These blockades have resulted in long queues of around 600 trucks waiting in Poland, with additional congestion at other checkpoints like "Krakivets" and "Shegyna". Despite these disruptions, efforts are being made to manage the flow of traffic through the unblocked checkpoints, adjusting to each one's capacity to alleviate some of the congestion.
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Polish farmers continue to block the movement of trucks at three checkpoints - "Yagodin", "Rava-Ruska" and "Ugryniv". Due to these three points, on April 15, Polish protesters did not allow trucks to pass towards Poland at all. This was stated by the spokesman of the State Border Service of Ukraine Andriy Demchenko, reports Ukrinform. According to him, the protestors did not let a single car go to Ukraine through Ugryn. Through "Yagodin" protesters allow an extremely small number of trucks to leave Poland per day. Over the past day, there were 70 of them, despite the fact that this is the largest infrastructural direction for crossing the border by trucks, which is capable of passing about 1,400 trucks in both directions. As of the morning of April 16, there are a total of about 600 trucks in queues on the territory of Poland at these three blocked points. "There are also ...
Source: Agravery
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