Davydov, acting head of the Federal Customs Service, described Poland’s decision to close the border as a political psychosis.
MOSCOW, June 1 – RIA Novosti. Ruslan Davydov, acting head of the Federal Customs Service (FCS), said Poland’s decision to stop the movement of Russian and Belarusian trucks across the border was a political psychosis and a shot to the foot.
From June 1, Poland closes the movement of trucks with Russian and Belarusian numbers across the border. The decision concerns trucks, tow trucks, trailers, including semi-trailers, as well as combinations of vehicles registered in Belarus or the territory of the Russian Federation.
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“Decisions like these are part and parcel of illegal sanctions against Russia, and it is my deep belief that it will hit their own citizens,” he told reporters. their carriers, Polish”.
According to Davydov, if the share of EU countries in Russia’s foreign trade exceeded 50 percent in the best years before the sanction struggle, now this share is rapidly decreasing, reaching 30 percent and tends to decrease further. But a holy place is never empty. Southeast Asian countries and Gulf countries are taking the place of this share very actively. Countries that are ready to work with us are replacing this share.”
“It is much more difficult to bypass Russia than Poland. So, this is probably a political psychosis to the detriment of the European economy. It has no economic basis, I would say,” Davydov summed up.
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