Border blockade: Polish farmers plan to extend strike to Zosin-Ustyluh checkpoint
In addition to the international checkpoint Yahodyn-Dorohusk, which Polish farmers plan to block from February 9, the protest will also extend to Ustyluh-Zosin
The State Customs Service of Ukraine reported this, according to Espreso.
According to preliminary information from the Polish side, the strike of local farmers will also extend to the Zosin-Ustyluh checkpoint on the Polish side of the border.
"On Monday, February 12, partial traffic blocking is expected. Thus, passage for cars and buses should remain free, while trucks weighing up to 7.5 tons are expected to be allowed to pass three cars per hour in each direction," the statement reads.
Earlier, it was reported that the Dorohusk-Yahodyn checkpoint on the border with Poland was blocked.