Drivers got free lunches at the checkpoint "Kozlovichi"

E100 Family project continues to support truck drivers.

Long queues of trucks formed at the checkpoint "Kozlovichi" because of the holidays. Many cars had been already waiting to cross the border for two days. That is why in the morning of April 7, E100 Family volunteers drove to the Belarusian-Polish border and handed out 200 free meals to all those wishing.

According to one of E100 Family volunteers, this action to support truck drivers is not the first.

"Since 2020, we have organized six such trips with free meals to checkpoints during the largest congestion of trucks there. What professional drivers are doing now in a pandemic is worthy of respect. Thus, we want to say thank you to them for their work, - stressed Alexander. "We intend to continue going out and support truckers if necessary."