As of Monday morning, December 4, there were about 2,500 trucks in the queues to enter Ukraine on the Ukrainian-Polish border. This was reported by the spokesman for the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine, Andriy Demchenko, during a telethon.
"Unfortunately, the blockade continues. Let me remind you that these are 4 directions: Yagodyn-Dorohusk, Krakowets-Korchova, Rava-Ruska-Hrebenne checkpoints, where the blockade began on November 6. On November 23, the Shehyni-Medyka checkpoint was added. In total, as of this morning, about 2.5 thousand vehicles in queues on all these directions towards Ukraine in Poland," he said.
Most of the trucks, almost 900, are opposite the Rava-Ruska checkpoint, the agency noted. A certain number of vehicles cross the border both to leave and enter Poland. The most intense traffic is in the direction of the Krakowets checkpoint.
As we reported earlier, representatives of the governments of Ukraine and Poland have found certain points of contact and compromises so that protesters on the Polish side stop blocking the border.