Logistics centers to be established along the borderline in Donetsk region
Local citizens can buy food and medicines, and withdrawal money from ATMs
The network of logistics centers, which the local government is to establish along the boundary line, will enable the residents of the occupied territories to buy food, household chemicals, and medicines, said Pavlo Zhebrivskyi, Chairman of Donetsk administration, Liga.
Besides buying goods, people may withdraw money from ATMs. Ukrainian state bank "Oschadbank" is to open its terminals for retirees to withdraw their pensions.
It is planned to create four logistics centers, in Maiorske, Zaitsevo, Novotroicke, and Hnutovo (Donetsk region).
Local authorities are convinced that the logistics centers will help to stop trafficking from the occupied territories.
Establishing of logistics centers is one of the points of the Minsk agreements. Yesterday, during a telephone conversation between Poroshenko, Merkel, Hollande and Putin the parties supported idea of humanitarian and logistic centers to be established.
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