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Ukraine: There is no free movement at any checkpoint in Poland

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Published Feb 22, 2024

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As of February 21, free movement of trucks at the Polish-Ukrainian border checkpoints has been halted, with the Yahodyn checkpoint facing the most severe issues, according to Taras Vysotsky, First Deputy Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food. The Ukrainian government is currently in talks with Poland to address the situation. This comes after Ukraine's decision in September 2023 to implement export licensing for wheat, corn, rapeseed, and sunflower seeds to five countries, including Poland, impacting the export of these crops.
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As of the morning of February 21, there is no free movement of trucks at any checkpoint on the Polish-Ukrainian border. This was reported by Taras Vysotsky, First Deputy Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food, on the air of the United News telethon. “Yesterday (February 20 – Ed.) all checkpoints on the Ukrainian-Polish border were blocked. At some checkpoints, protests were announced for one day. But globally, there is still very limited traffic, and systemic basic agricultural products cannot be delivered across the Ukrainian-Polish border. Unfortunately, free movement has not been restored at any checkpoint,” Vysotsky said. According to him, the most difficult situation remains at the Yahodyn checkpoint. At the second most important checkpoint, Krakivets-Korchova, the Poles partially promise to allow critical cargo to pass through. According to him, the Ukrainian government is in constant negotiations with representatives of the Polish government and hopes that the situation will ...
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