The Poles are also initiating EU consideration of the impact of the EU-Ukraine agreement on the liberalization of road transport.
Long queues of trucks heading to Ukraine have already formed at the Vysne Nemecke - Uzhhorod border crossing.
The Ukraine-EU Agreement on the Carriage of Freight by Road was signed with the entire EU, not with a single country.
They also demand the reintroduction of permits for Ukrainian carriers "to ensure equal opportunities."
The vehicles were delivered for Ukrainian military support and logistics operations.
Most of the works are planned to be carried out on the border with Poland.
Ukrenergo has shown how an autotransformer currently in operation in Ukraine was transported.
Truck drivers will be able to use the system from next week, bus drivers from July, and car owners from August.
A total of 7,500 cubic meters of concrete and 970 tons of construction steel will be used in the construction project.
Of the total number of professional driver's licenses issued to foreigners in 2022, over 79% were issued to citizens of Ukraine.
It currently serves pedestrians, cars, buses, and empty trucks.
Russian carriers compensated for their losses on European routes by increasing transport volumes to Asian countries.
Three subcontractors and 27 pieces of equipment are involved in the works.
Five mini-excavators are also being sent from South Korea by sea.
It will be possible to monitor the progress of queues openly on the system's website
It was installed on Highway P-78 Kharkiv - Zmiiv - Balakliia.
The operations of these and other nationalized enterprises will focus on increasing the country's defense capabilities.
The "Electronic Border Crossing Queue" pilot project will first be implemented at the Yahodyn – Dorohusk border checkpoint.
The Eurocar plant even increased car assembly compared with the same month last year.