Unacceptable: in Poland they promise to punish the provocateurs who scattered Ukrainian grain

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Published Mar 1, 2024

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The Polish government, under the leadership of Minister of Internal Affairs Marcin Kerwinski, has committed to identifying and punishing those responsible for the scattering of grain from Ukraine, an act it has deemed unacceptable. The government also aims to prevent further public disorder and has refuted any issues with humanitarian and military cargo at the Ukrainian-Polish border. In response, Ukraine's First Deputy Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food, Taras Vysotskyi, has demanded compensation for the spilled grain and accountability for those responsible. Despite these tensions, Polish farmers continue to block the border with Ukraine.
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The Polish government has decided to find and punish those who scatter grain from Ukraine, as such actions are unacceptable. This was stated by the Minister of Internal Affairs of Poland, Marcin Kerwinski, reports Polish Radio. According to him, the law enforcement officers of Poland guarantee the arrest of the guilty, and the government will do everything possible to prevent the "anarchization of public life." Marcin Kervinsky denied that there are problems with humanitarian and military cargo on the Ukrainian-Polish border. Earlier, the First Deputy Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine Taras Vysotskyi said that Ukraine should receive compensation for the grain spilled by provocateurs on the border with Poland. He emphasized that the "guilty party" should answer for this. Taras Vysotskyi emphasized that the Ukrainian side hopes for a quick consideration of the cases with their transfer to court. The Ukrainian official added that he expects justice and full compensation ...
Source: Agropolit
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