Crimea: Checkpoint "Kalanchak" resumed its work at night
Checkpoints "Chaplynka" and "Chongar" and prpperly functioning
Today, August 10 at 4:30 a.m., occupying Crimea authorities opened crossing point "Kalanchak", which was blocked for several days. "Chaplynka" and "Chongar" checkpoints also function in normal mode.
Andriy Hordeyev, head of the Kherson Regional State Administration, made an announcement: "All checkpoints are from the side of occupation authorities. Passage of citizens and vehicles is performed in a normal mode."
At the same time, the head of the Kherson Regional State Administration urged Ukrainians not to travel to the territory of the occupied peninsula.
Yesterday evening, the State Border Guard Service reported that the work checkpoint "Chaplynka" on administrative border with Crimea was partially unlocked. "Chongar" operated in both directions, "Kalanchak" was completely blocked.
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