Poland: Entrepreneurs want to suspend the farmers' protest at the border in Dorohusk

Innovation & Technology
Published Apr 16, 2024

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Entrepreneurs from the Lublin Voivodeship are facing significant business losses due to a six-month-long farmers' protest at the Dorohusk border crossing with Ukraine, which has resulted in a 70% reduction in the flow of goods. During a meeting with the Lublin voivode, Krzysztof Komorski, protesting farmers, and affected entrepreneurs, concerns were raised about financial liquidity, potential job cuts, and the inability to meet financial obligations. Despite the entrepreneurs' plea for suspending the blockade, the protest leader, Marcin Wilgos, has not agreed to end the blockade but has suggested collaborating to address their concerns with the authorities.
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Entrepreneurs from the Lublin Voivodeship want to suspend the farmers' protest before the crossing with Ukraine in Dorohusk due to the losses they suffer as a result of the border blockade. On Monday, the Lublin voivode met with representatives of both parties on this matter. The Lublin Voivodeship Office announced that on Monday, voivode Krzysztof Komorski met with representatives of the demonstrating farmers and entrepreneurs from various industries that feel the effects of these protests. The meeting took place at the Dorohusk Commune Office. "Last week, I was informed by the mayor that an initiative for such a meeting was initiated, mainly by entrepreneurs who want to suspend the farmers' protest because it affects their interests and the ability to run a business. Recently, I have received several dozen letters, requests and appeals from various groups of entrepreneurs, not only carriers, asking for help in a situation that has become very difficult for them," emphasized ...
Source: AgroPolska
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