Arms supply to Ukraine complicated by Polish truck drivers 16:40

Charities and non-governmental organizations providing military aid to the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) were forced to postpone deliveries of drones, electronics and pickup trucks for several weeks due to protests by Polish truckers. The agency reported that Reuters With reference to sources.

“Due to the protests that started on November 6, thousands of trucks carrying commercial goods have been parked at the border gates between Poland and Ukraine for weeks. The report stated that on December 1, carriers in Slovakia initiated a similar blockade.

Weapons and equipment will continue to move across the border, but at a much slower pace, according to an agency source.

Although the protesters allowed military trucks to pass, it is stated that many cargoes sent to the Ukrainian Armed Forces were purchased by civilian organizations and transported by commercial vehicles that are not allowed to bypass the blockade.

Before that Polish carriers was threatened Protests on the Ukrainian border are intensifying.

Previously in Poland stated about the import of luxury goods into Ukraine under the guise of military cargo.



Source: Gazeta

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