Shorter queue of trucks before the border with Ukraine; Polish farmers are still blocking the crossing
Supply Chain Management
Regulation & Compliances
Published Nov 29, 2023
Truck drivers at the Polish-Ukrainian border are experiencing shorter waiting times for customs clearance. The waiting time in Medyka has decreased to 73 hours, while in Krościenko it is only 12 hours. Farmers from the "Deceived Village" have joined carriers in protesting for subsidies, maintaining agricultural tax levels, and liquidity loans, blocking the border crossing in Medyka for another 24 hours.
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Police findings show that on Tuesday, approximately 500 trucks were waiting in line at the border crossing in Medyka for customs clearance. However, before the crossing in Korczowa there are about 70 trucks, but only cars with a permissible total weight not exceeding 7.5 tons are checked there. In Medyka, farmers from the "Deceived Village" blocked the border crossing for another 24 hours. They allow passenger cars, buses and trucks to pass, but only with humanitarian aid and military equipment. However, they do not rule out the possibility of intensifying the protest. Farmers joined the protest of carriers that have been blocking the border crossings in Korczowa and Dorohusk in the province since November 6. Lublin Province. They demand, among others: subsidies for corn purchase, maintaining the agricultural tax at this year's level and continuing liquidity loans. Protesters in Korczowa, Dorohusk and Hrebenne let several cars pass per hour. In this way, they want to introduce ...