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Grain that Polish protesters poured out of the railroad car was in transit and was going to Germany – Solsky

Maize (Corn)
Grains, Cereal & Legumes
Germany
Supply Chain Management
Innovation & Technology
Published Feb 21, 2024

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Protesters in Poland have blocked the Medyka-Shehyni checkpoint on the Polish-Ukrainian border, disrupting the transit of Ukrainian corn to Germany. The protest has been condemned by Ukraine's Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food, Mykola Solsky, who clarified that Ukraine does not export corn to Poland and stated that obstructing Ukraine's trade with other nations is unacceptable. The State Border Guard Service has reported that the checkpoint is completely blocked for an indefinite period.
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The corn that Polish protesters poured out of a railroad car near the Medyka checkpoint was in transit to Germany. This was announced by the Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine Mykola Solsky. “Ukraine strongly condemns such forms of protest that are currently taking place on the Polish-Ukrainian border. The corn that the Polish protesters threw out of the railroad car was going to Germany. Ukraine does not export corn to Poland,” emphasized Mr. Solsky. He added that hindering Ukraine’s trade with other countries is unacceptable and contradicts the common Ukrainian-Polish goals. The State Border Guard Service reported that Polish strikers have begun to restrict traffic on the border with Ukraine. Thus, they completely blocked the movement of trucks through ...
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