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"Looks like sabotage": Poles damaged Ukrainian agricultural products while crossing the border for the third time

Oleksandr LytvynNews
Unknown persons at the Polish railway station Dorohusk damaged Ukrainian agricultural products again
Unknown persons at the Polish railway station Dorohusk again damaged Ukrainian agricultural products

Unknown persons at the Polish railway station Dorohusk have again damaged Ukrainian agricultural products: freight cars with beans. This is the third such incident; previously, Polish activists calling themselves farmers damaged Ukrainian cargo three times.

This is stated in a Facebook post by the Ministry of Community Development, Territories and Infrastructure of Ukraine. On the second anniversary of Russia's full-scale military invasion, today at about 9 a.m., unknown persons damaged freight cars with beans.

"The systematic destruction of Ukrainian agricultural products looks like planned sabotage. Our country defends itself and survives thanks to farmers. Therefore, those who committed these crimes are definitely not interested in Ukrainian peace and the victory of the civilized world. We call on the law enforcement agencies of Poland to respond immediately," commented Oleksandr Kubrakov, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Community Development, Territories and Infrastructure of Ukraine.

Earlier in Poland, the Women's Congress appealed to farmers and condemned slogans and symbols that are directed against Polish sovereignty, against Polish democracy, against the image of the Polish people in the international arena, against Ukraine, and the European Union.

This is not the first provocation during the protests on the Polish-Ukrainian border. On February 23, there was another attack on Ukrainian cargo. This time, at the Dorohusk railroad crossing, unknown persons damaged rapeseed in 3 grain cars. The products were in transit through Poland to Germany.

Three days earlier, on February 20, Polish protesters blocked the railroad near the Medyka-Shehyni border crossing with Ukraine and poured grain from freight cars onto the tracks. The protesters spoiled about 4 tons of corn from two grain cars.

On February 11, near the Dorohusk checkpoint, protesters attacked Ukrainian trucks and spilled some of the grain from the trucks onto the asphalt. The cargo of three trucks was damaged and they had to return to Ukraine.

As reported by OBOZ.UA, some Polish protesters on the border with Ukraine turned out to be not farmers at all, but marginalized pro-Russian politicians and activists. Two such "farmers" were found on social media. These are the "fighter against Nazism" Petro Panasiuk, who has already been listed in the Myrotvorets database, and the former candidate from the radical Confederation party Tomasz Buczek.

Moreover, one of the organizers of the Polish protests turned out to be the owner of a transportation company that managed to make money from the blockade. We are talking about a member of the Polish border blockade committee, the head of the protest at the Yahodyn-Dorohusk checkpoint, and a politician, Edyta Ozygala.

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