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Protesters from four more EU countries to join Polish farmers in blocking Ukraine border entry checkpoint

German, Belgian, Dutch, and French farmers to join Polish border blockade of the Dorohusk-Yahodyn entry point to Ukraine.
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A queue of Ukrainian trucks at the Rava-Ruska-Hrebenne border crossing point with Poland following a strike a Polish truckers. November 2023. Screenshot from report by Suspilne
Protesters from four more EU countries to join Polish farmers in blocking Ukraine border entry checkpoint

On 18 February, truck traffic at the Dorohusk-Yahodyn international checkpoint at the Ukrainian-Polish border will be completely blocked. According to the State Customs Service of Ukraine, the Polish farmers who have been blocking the checkpoint since 9 February will be joined by farmers from Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, and France, Suspilne reports. Polish customs officials warned the Ukrainian side about the large-scale protest.

The Polish farmers’ protests follow a recent two-month blockade by Polish truckers at major border crossings, attempting to address local issues by disrupting imports to and exports from Ukraine, a nation currently facing the challenges of the all-out war and Russia’s genocide.

According to Ukrainian customs officials, as of 17 February, 550 trucks were queuing to enter Ukraine in front of the Yahodyn-Dorohusk checkpoint, and another 820 trucks were waiting in the electronic queue to leave.

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