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Polish carriers want to resume protests on the border with Ukraine on March 1

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Published Feb 27, 2024

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Polish carriers are set to resume protests at the border with Ukraine on March 1, demanding the introduction of commercial permits for Ukrainian transport companies. The protests, which could affect border crossings in Hrebenne, Dorohusk, Korczowa, and Medyka, were previously suspended in January. The carriers are calling for specific legislation from the Ministry of Infrastructure to increase inspections of Ukrainian carriers. If no action is taken by Thursday, the scale and number of protests are expected to escalate.
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Polish carriers plan to resume protests on the border with Ukraine on March 1, which were suspended in January, and want to introduce commercial permits for Ukrainian companies to transport goods, RMF FM reports. According to the information, carriers from Lublin and Podkarpackie regions want to block the crossings in Hrebenne, Dorohusk and Korczowa again. The protest may also affect the entrance to the border crossing in Medyka. Last week, Infrastructure Minister Dariusz Klimczak assured that he was mindful of the carriers’ demands. “All of them are being implemented, the problem of farmers and carriers is extremely similar,” he said. Meanwhile, the transportation industry says it is waiting for specific legislation. “We had a message from the Ministry of Infrastructure that a draft law would be presented that would strengthen inspections of Ukrainian carriers, but weeks have passed and we have no draft,” commented Maciej Wronski, president of the Polish Transport and Logistics ...
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