MINSK, 16 November (BelTA) – A total of 1,880 trucks are queuing to enter the European Union, the State Border Committee of Belarus told BelTA.
The increase in cargo flow on the Belarusian-Polish border is associated with the closure of the Kuznica Bialostocka checkpoint and Poland's reluctance to honor fully the cross-border transport agreements. In turn, the Belarusian side fully fulfill its part of the agreements, as evidenced by the absence of queues to enter Belarus.
Over the past 24 hours, the EU border checkpoints fulfilled the agreements only by 81%, letting through 2,779 out of 3,426 queuing trucks.
The smallest number of trucks – 312 out of 500 according to the throughput capacity – entered the European Union through the Lithuanian border checkpoint Medininkai (Kamenny Log on the side).
No delays were registered at the border with Ukraine.
As of 10.00, more than 20 trucks were queuing at the Grigorovshchina checkpoint on the Belarusian-Latvian border, 30 at Urbany.
More than 60 trucks were waiting to cross the border with Lithuania at the Vidzy checkpoint, more than 190 at Kotlovka, over 230 at Kamenny Log, over 270 at Benyakoni, and over 330 at Privalka.
Over 380 trucks were waiting to cross the Belarusian-Polish border at Berestovitsa and over 370 at Kozlovichi.