The order of movement of goods across the line of demarcation in ATO zone in Donbas came into its force. The order was approved by the order #99 of the Cabinet of Ministers on March 1. The order comes into effect on March 14.
Thus, food and medicines, goods and products of metallurgy, mining, and coal industries and critical infrastructures are allowed to be transported as part of humanitarian convoy across the line of demarcation in Donbas. Movement of coal shall be performed by the railway road solely through specific check points.
In addition, the order of movement of goods stipulates creating humanitarian platforms for slinging cargos to send the humanitarian aid to the temporarily occupied territories. Besides, humanitarian logistic centers will be created to perform small and small-scale trade of food, personal-care products, clothes, footwear and household chemistry.
“According the decision of the antiterrorist operation, additional limitations may be imposed in the ATO zone,” reads the order of the Cabinet of Ministers.