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Checkpoint on the border with Poland will be temporarily closed tomorrow: what is known

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Checkpoint on the border with Poland will be temporarily closed tomorrow: what is known

On November 28, one of the checkpoints on the border with Poland will temporarily cease operations. Find out more about the checkpoints that will be closed and what caused the suspension

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One of the checkpoints on the border with Poland will temporarily cease operations. According to the Lviv Customs, it is known that on November 28, the Uhryniv-Dolhobyczów checkpoint will be suspended due to a planned power outage and repair work carried out by the Polish side.


Uhryniv-Dolhobychuv checkpoint on the border with Poland will temporarily be closed


A warning about the suspension of this checkpoint tomorrow has been distributed to citizens and foreign economic operators. 


According to the Lublin Border Guard Service Department of the Republic of Poland, the repair works will involve a temporary power outage at the Uhryniv-Dolhobyczów checkpoint until 28.11.2023.


The power outage is scheduled for the following hours


From 10:00 to 13:00 (three hours), then a break for one hour, and again from 14:00 to 17:00 (three hours). 


The repair work is expected to be completed at approximately 17:00 on November 28, 2023.



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Is it possible to cross the Polish border now?


According to the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine, Polish carriers do not intend to block the movement of buses and cars, but queues may still be longer than usual.


In order to avoid standing for hours at the checkpoints and cross the border quickly, we recommend checking the queues in advance and planning a route through the least busy checkpoint. This applies to both directions, both entering and leaving Ukraine. For instructions on how to check the status of queues at Ukrainian borders, follow this link.


About the documents required for a car to travel abroad read here.


A guaranteed way to avoid queues at the border is to use railroad connections. Ukraine is currently connected by rail to Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Moldova, Austria, and the Czech Republic.


 You can check train schedules, compare prices, and buy tickets through Visit Ukraine's convenient booking service. The website has a bonus points system that allows you to travel much cheaper. 


We remind you! Slovak and Polish carriers have blocked the checkpoints on the border with Ukraine for trucks, and Ukrainian carriers have responded with a protest on their side. Find out what the parties are demanding and what is happening at the border.

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