The validity period of the permission to cross the demarcation line on the East of Ukraine was changed, as the press office of the Ministry of Temporarily Occupied Territories and IDPs reported on Facebook.
As the representatives of the Ministry informed referring to Ukraine’s Security Service (SBU), statements filed within a period since March 28, 2019 are termless. Statements refiled since March 28, 2019 are also unlimited.
Statements filed and processed March 28, 2019 will be valid for one year. After they expire, the statement can be refiled and get a termless admission.
The Ministry reported that one has to authorize in an online registry of permission for crossing, find the relevant statement and click “Refile” to prolong the validity period of the permissions received earlier.
Then, one refile the statement and corrects personal data if necessary.
It was specified that only that person who registered the statement can refile it.
“Pay attention that the statements which did not pass the inspection can be edited by the person who registered it. If one uses invalid access attributes over five times, it will lead to blockage of IP-address of the user,” the Ministry warned.
Earlier, Ukraine has opened the demarcation lines to Zolote checkpoint in Luhansk region, but the militants of the so-called Luhansk People’s Republic refused to guarantee security.