In Poland, vandals spilled Ukrainian grain from wagons for the fourth time

Published Feb 26, 2024

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On the night of February 24 to 25, an act of vandalism at the Kotomez station in Poland resulted in damage to 160 tons of Ukrainian grain that was en route to the port of Gdansk for export. This marks the fourth such incident at Polish railway stations. On the same day, freight cars carrying beans were also vandalized. Oleksandr Kubrakov, Ukraine's Minister of Community Development, Territories and Infrastructure, has urged Polish law enforcement to address these acts of sabotage.
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During the night from February 24 to 25, Ukrainian agricultural products from 8 semi-cars were scattered at the Kotomez station. As a result of the act of vandalism, 160 tons of Ukrainian grain were damaged. This was reported by the press service of the Ministry for the Development of Communities, Territories and Infrastructure of Ukraine. The cargo was transiting to the port of Gdansk, from where it was sent to other countries of the world. "The Ukrainian side faithfully fulfills its obligations and, according to the agreements with the Polish government, does not export some types of agricultural products to the territory of Poland. This is confirmed at the official level - neither grain, nor corn, nor rapeseed - remains there. This is the fourth case of vandalism at Polish railway stations. The fourth case of impunity and irresponsibility," commented Oleksandr Kubrakov, Minister of Community Development, Territories and Infrastructure. In addition, on the day of the second ...
Source: Agrotimes
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