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Soybeans fell off the train in Poland from Ukraine

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Published Feb 25, 2024

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Polish authorities are investigating a case where around 5 tons of soybeans were spilled from a Ukrainian train stationed in Dorohusk. The incident, reported by the Railway Protection Guard, follows a similar occurrence involving spilled rapeseed from another Ukrainian train. The police are looking into potential customs security violations and possible culprits. Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister, Oleksandr Kubrakov, has urged Polish law enforcement to address these incidents, hinting at possible sabotage against Ukrainian agricultural exports.
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The police are checking a report about spilling soy from a train that entered Poland from Ukraine and was waiting on a railway siding in Dorohusk, the police told PAP on Saturday. According to preliminary findings, it is about 5 tons of soybeans. The report regarding this matter was received on Saturday around 8.00 from officers of the Railway Protection Guard, who revealed that soybeans had been spilled from one of the wagons onto the tracks - comm. Ewa Czyż from the Municipal Police Headquarters in Chełm told PAP. "It concerns a train that entered Poland from Ukraine two days ago and was waiting on a railway siding at the railway station in Dorohusk. According to preliminary findings, approximately 5 tons of soybeans were spilled," added Chief Czyż. Officers collect evidence, inspect the scene of the incident, and interview witnesses. "We will check, among other things, whether there have been any violations of customs security and identify possible perpetrators," the ...
Source: AgroPolska
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