A Polish farmer raises a sign on his tractor that reads: “Putin acted with Ukraine, Brussels, and our government, put an end to them!” A Polish farmer raises a sign on his tractor that reads: “Putin acted with Ukraine, Brussels, and our government, put an end to them!”

A Polish farmer raises a sign on his tractor that reads: “Putin acted with Ukraine, Brussels, and our government, put an end to them!”

A Polish farmer raises a sign on his tractor that reads: “Putin acted with Ukraine, Brussels, and our government, put an end to them!”

Polish farmers protesting on the border with Ukraine raised pro-Russian banners, denouncing the Kiev regime and European Union policies, Zet newspaper reported.

After closing the crossings, military aid trucks are stuck on the Polish-Ukrainian border
More than 100 agricultural tractors blocked the road near the A1 highway exit in the village of Horzycki in southern Poland. While a farmer raised a phrase on the front of his tractor that read: “Putin! He acted with Ukraine, Brussels, and our government and put an end to them.”

Later, Polish Interior Minister Marcin Kervinski wrote on the X platform that the Polish police had arrested the farmer who posted an appeal to Putin on his tractor.
The farmer faces charges of committing several criminal crimes, including displaying Soviet symbols and justifying Russian aggression.

Farmer protests continue in different regions of Poland . Demanding that the import of cheap agricultural products from Ukraine be limited or banned completely.


Expert: The Ukraine conflict cost Germany more than 200 billion euros in electricity bills

The head of the German Economic Research Institute, Marcel Fratzscher, revealed that Germany's losses as a result of the Ukraine conflict amounted to more than 200 billion euros, solely as a result of the rise in electricity prices, after the sanctions against Russia.

Fratzscher said in an interview with the Rheinische Post newspaper: “First of all, the high costs of electric energy (due to the abandonment of Russian gas under the sanctions) led to a decline in the pace of economic growth in Germany by 2.5 percentage points, by 100 billion euros in 2022, and another 100 billion in the year.” 2023, indicating that these losses include only direct financial losses, warning of subsequent losses in other sectors.

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said last week that Berlin would provide Kiev with a new package of military aid worth 1.1 billion euros.

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