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Hnutove checkpoint in Donetsk region resumes work after reconstruction

The admission of the individuals was restored at 7 a.m.
10:36, 9 April 2019

Checkpoint in Donetsk region
State Border Service

April 9, Hnutove checkpoint in Donetsk region resumed work after reconstruction, as Ukraine’s State Border Guard Service reported.

“As a part of reconstruction activities on Hnutove checkpoint was over, today (April 9, - ed.) since 7 a.m. the admission for people tough the demarcation line has been restored,” the message reads.

At the same time, Marinka checkpoint is still on the “red” regime, as there is a threat for the civilians due to the chaotic attacks. The admission of civilians and vehicles is temporary suspended.

Related: Two checkpoints closed in Donbas

“The rest of the checkpoints on the demarcation line work in a routine mode,” Ukraine’s State Border Guard Service informed.

It was noted that over the past 24 hours, 27,900 people and 2,700 vehicles crossed the checkpoint.

As it was reported, on April 5, Hnutove checkpoint was closed for reconstruction.

Related: Russia-backed sniper fires at Mariinka checkpoint, one Ukrainian border guard wounded

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