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Shmyhal denied the cases of weapons being blocked at the Polish border

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Published Mar 5, 2024

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Ukrainian Prime Minister, Denys Shmyhal, has clarified that the recent blockades by Polish farmers at the Polish-Ukrainian border did not affect the transport of weapons, military equipment, humanitarian aid, or fuel. He described the blockades as 'absolutely senseless', emphasizing that the majority of Ukrainian exports are facilitated through sea and the Danube ports, with a mere 5% transported by road. The Polish government is currently contemplating measures suggested by Ukraine to resolve the border blockade issue.
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During the farmers' protests on the Polish-Ukrainian border, there was not a single case of blocking cargoes with weapons, military equipment, humanitarian aid or fuel. This was stated by the Prime Minister of Ukraine, Denys Shmyhal, Ukrinform writes. The Prime Minister emphasized that the cases of blocking, which were previously reported by the mass media, turned out not to be military equipment, but commercial goods brought to Ukraine "under different guises." According to Shmyhal, the blocking of the border with Ukraine by Polish farmers is "absolutely senseless". According to the calculations of the head of the Ukrainian government, 90% of Ukrainian exports are provided by the sea corridor and the Danube ports, and about 5% are transported by road. Shmyhal added that the Polish government is now considering the five steps that Ukraine proposed to unblock the border. It is very important that despite the protests of Polish transporters and farmers, not a single case of blocking ...
Source: Agropolit
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