Polish protesters do not let military aid for Ukraine through: no trucks pass Korczowa-Krakivets checkpoint since 10 a.m.
On December 12, Polish truckers together with the police completely blocked the Korczowa-Krakivets border crossing point, and Ukrainian drivers threaten to block the road
This was reported to Espreso by driver Serhiy Bohynia, who has been queuing in front of Korczowa for 11 days.
"Today, since 10:00 am, not a single truck has been allowed through the Korczowa-Krakivets checkpoint. Neither aid for the Armed Forces, nor humanitarian aid, nor ADR (dangerous goods) or perishable goods are allowed through," says Bohynia.
Before that, seven vehicles per hour have been allowed through: four with regular cargo, and three with ADR and perishable goods.
Ukrainian drivers, who have been queuing for weeks, are planning to block the road due to another violation of the agreement by Polish protesters and the police. The police threaten to impose fines instead.
According to Serhii Bohynia, they tried to call the consul from Lublin, but when they called him, he told them to wait until December 13, before lunch, and the situation would be resolved.
"In fact, I have little faith in this. The Poles are constantly lying and stalling. We just want to go home," says the driver.