The security of Poland and Ukraine is under threat due to the border blockade

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Published Feb 25, 2024

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Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Oleksandr Kubrakov has voiced concerns over the border blockade, stating it poses a security threat to both Poland and Ukraine. He dismissed Polish agricultural associations' claims of market oversaturation, pointing out that only 5% of the total volume of Ukrainian agricultural products were transported through Poland in January. Kubrakov suggested that the blockade and protests, including the dumping of Ukrainian grain on tracks, could be politically motivated and exploited by Russia to sow discord.
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The border blockade threatens the security of both Poland and Ukraine, so the Ukrainian side hopes that the Polish government will find a way out. This was stated by the Deputy Prime Minister - Minister of Community Development, Territories and Infrastructure Oleksandr Kubrakov, writes UNN. The minister's calculations showed that the statements of Polish agricultural associations regarding the oversaturation of their market are unfair. According to Oleksandr Kubrakov, 0.37 million tons of Ukrainian agricultural products were transported through Poland in January. The minister noted that it is about 5% of the total volume. The speaker reminded that in 2022, 1 million tons of agricultural products per month were transported through Poland. Oleksandr Kubrakov called the situation in Medyka incomprehensible, when protesters dumped Ukrainian grain on the tracks. There were no complaints for almost two years. Why did they appear now? I think it is very likely that the answer is ...
Source: Agropolit
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