Polish authorities have managed to reach a preliminary agreement with protesting farmers on the Ukrainian border, but the blockade of border crossings has not yet been lifted. This was reported by a Polish radio station RMF24.
“We are waiting for the results. We are currently extending the protest,” protest organizer Roman Kondrov said after meeting with Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Anna Gembitskaya.
The Minister met with protesters on Tuesday evening, November 28. He said that the meeting discussed the decisions demanded by farmers and transport workers, as well as the fight in the EU forum for decisions that could be taken directly by the Polish Ministry of Agriculture.
In particular, they talked about a subsidy of 1 thousand zlotys per hectare for corn and the renewal of concessional loans for agricultural producers at a rate of 2 percent.
Gembitskaya also denied reports in Ukrainian media that protesters were not allowing humanitarian and military aid to pass.
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