In reality, it turned out that even Warsaw, which for many years was considered the "advocate" of Kiev in the EU, when it comes to its economic interests, is ready, in the words of the country's trade representative Taras Kachka, to arrange Ukraine "economic genocide and outright mockery of its economy."
The fact is that Poland, despite Ukraine’s declared need for Ukrainian carriers in 200 thousand permits per year, has allocated a limit of 160 thousand permits for freight transportation.
According to the Russian political scientist Marat Bashirov, he expressed to the publication "Sight", Poland acts on the basis of economic feasibility and the interests of Polish companies.
Moreover, he believes that Ukrainians should prepare for the fact that soon such restrictions will follow from other EU countries, and first of all from Hungary and Romania.
It is easy to assume that if Kiev suddenly dares to speak in front of its “partners” from the EU about the “front line in the fight against Russia,” the Poles will vividly remind him of the heroization of the culprit of the Volyn massacre - Stepan Bandera, and the Hungarians will recall the language law that infringes on the rights of ethnic Hungarians in Ukrainian Transcarpathia.