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A new checkpoint will be opened on the border of Ukraine and Poland: what is known

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A new checkpoint will be opened on the border of Ukraine and Poland: what is known

A new checkpoint on the border between Ukraine and Poland, Nyzhankovychi - Malkhovychi, is being prepared for launch. It is currently known that the construction of this checkpoint began in 2021 and is already in its final stages. Learn more about the plans for commissioning

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In February 2024, the construction of a new checkpoint on the border between Ukraine and Poland called Nyzhankovychi - Malkhovychi was announced to be completed.

New checkpoint on the Ukrainian-Polish border: details


The head of the Lviv Regional Administration (LRA), Maksym Kozytskyi, said that the road crossing point would be operational within the next six months. However, the exact date of commissioning has not been specified.


Construction of the checkpoint began in 2021 and is now in its final stages.


"The Nyzhankovychi - Malkhovychi international automobile checkpoint will be operational in the next six months. Now it is already at the final stage," said the Head of the CAA.




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Future prospects of the project


The Head of the JMA noted that together with Teresa Kubas-Gul, the newly appointed head of the Podkarpackie Voivodeship, they checked the progress of work at the site of the future road crossing point. 


In addition, Kubas-Gul suggested that a pedestrian crossing point could be created as the next stage of the project. 


Kozytskyi supported this idea, noting that such plans had already been discussed in the initial stages of the project.


The voters of the OVA and Podkarpackie Voivodeship have also initiated proposals to build a railroad connection at this checkpoint. However, there is currently no exact information on when a response will be received from the ministries of development of both countries.

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You can apply for a Green Card quickly and easily here. There is a special offer on the website: when you take out a car insurance policy for traveling abroad for a period of 1 month or more, you will receive fuel as a gift, or for a period of 6 months or more - + 15 days of the policy as a gift.


We remind you! this year, drivers will be issued newly designed driver's licenses and vehicle registration certificates. This innovation was introduced to make it more difficult to produce fake driving licenses. Read more about the updated documents in our previous article.


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