Ukraine and Poland will open a new checkpoint "Nyzhankovychy — Malkhovychy" on the border
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Ukraine and Poland will open a new checkpoint "Nyzhankovychy — Malkhovychy" on the border

Maksym Kozytskyi / Lviv OVA

A new checkpoint will appear on the Ukrainian-Polish border, which began to be built even before the start of a full-scale war with Russia.

Another checkpoint will appear on the border of Ukraine and Poland

The international automobile checkpoint "Nyzhankovychi - Malkhovichi" is planned to be put into operation within the next six months.

This was announced by the head of the Lviv Regional State Administration Maksym Kozytskyi on Facebook.

Construction of the checkpoint began in 2021.

Today, the newly appointed head of the Podkarpackie Voivodeship, Mrs. Tereza Kubas-Gul, inspected the progress of works at the future automobile checkpoint. Now it is already at the final stage.

Maxim Kozytskyi

Maxim Kozytskyi

Head of the Lviv Regional State Administration

The regional administration also noted that they are considering supplementing checkpoints with additional rail and pedestrian connections.

In addition, they considered the creation of the Lopushanka-Mikhnowiec checkpoint, which will improve communication between Poland and Ukraine, relieve other checkpoints, promote cooperation between people living in border towns and villages, and promote tourism development.

They promise to return to this issue later.

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Polish farmers ended the blockade of the Sheghini-Medyka checkpoint on the morning of February 10.

The DPSU notes that Polish border guards reported the end of the border blockade at 11:30 a.m.

220 trucks are waiting to enter Ukraine.

Earlier in the broadcast of the telethon, the spokesman of the State Security Service Andriy Demchenko noted that there are about 1,300 cars on the border with Poland at three checkpoints.

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