The protest ended at about 11:30 a.m.
According to the State Border Guard Service, 220 trucks are waiting to enter Ukraine. Vehicle registration and passage in both directions is being carried out as usual.
The Poles said on Feb. 2 that they had "lost their patience" and would launch a nationwide strike on Feb. 9, blocking the border with Ukraine.
The Yahodyn-Dorohusk checkpoint was to be blocked from 11:00 a.m. on Feb. 9 due to a strike by Polish farmers.
Polish farmers announced that they would block another checkpoint, Zosyn-Ustyluh on Feb. 12.
Polish farmers also said that starting from Feb. 9 they would prevent the unloading of agricultural products from Ukraine at the Hrubieszów–Volodymyr-Volynskyi checkpoint.
Starting from approximately 10:00 a.m. EET time on Feb. 12, the passage of trucks is expected to slow down to approximately 3-4 trucks per hour at the Uhryniv-Dołhobyczów checkpoint. Buses and personal vehicles will be allowed to cross as usual. There may be traffic restrictions at a number of checkpoints: Dorohusk - Yahodyn, Hrebenne - Rava-Ruska, Medyka - Shehyni, Zosin - Ustyluh, and Dołhobyczów - Uhryniv.
The European Union is preparing a draft resolution extending duty-free trade with Ukraine until June 2025, rejecting Poland's proposal to reintroduce tariffs on some "sensitive products."
Instead, Poland is demanding that a "safeguard clause" be introduced for Ukrainian products, which provides for the possibility of applying regional safeguard measures if a market problem affects not the entire EU but one member state or region.
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