The continuation of the blockade on the border with Ukraine and criticism of the voting plan in Russia


Ukraine war

A month-long blockade by Polish truckers on the Ukrainian border has delayed deliveries of battlefront necessities – and there is no end in sight to this conflict.

Truckers began blocking roads leading to border crossings on November 6, creating lines that stretched nearly 20 miles and lasted for weeks in freezing temperatures, impeding the transportation of pickup trucks, gangs, night vision equipment, drone parts and other medical materials and supplies.

Polish drivers are protesting competition from their Ukrainian counterparts, who they say is undermining their business amid relaxed EU transport rules.

“This means that the Russian military will have the ability to kill Ukrainian soldiers and terrorize civilians for several weeks longer,” said Oleksandr Zadorozhny, director of operations at the KOLO Foundation, which helps the Ukrainian military with technology and cannot deliver materials.

The protesters deny cutting off aid Based on reportsThe head of the Western Poland Truck Drivers Association said there is no light at the end of the tunnel because authorities are paying too little attention.

Polish protesters say their livelihoods are at risk after the European Union eased some transport rules and Ukrainian truck drivers undermined their businesses. AP
Rescue workers work at the site of a Ukrainian apartment building damaged by a Russian missile attack on December 8. Via Reuters
Ukraine redoubled its efforts to eliminate all traces of Soviet influence following the Russian invasion nearly two years ago. Sergey Dolzhenko/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock

As the war continues, Ukrainian authorities are also opposing plans to hold voting in illegally annexed territories in Russian elections scheduled for March. The vote could keep Russian President Vladimir Putin in power until at least 2030.

The Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs calls on the international community to impose sanctions on those involved in the elections.

Separately, Ukraine continued its efforts to eliminate Russian influence on the home front through its campaign Removing traces of the Soviet era. A statue of a Soviet field commander in the Russian Civil War was removed on Saturday, as efforts to “eradicate communism” were renewed before the two-year anniversary of the war.

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