Russian border guards create artificial line at border with Crimea

Source : 112 Ukraine

Moreover, they fielded extra soldiers for the control
14:19, 3 September 2018


At the administrative border with annexed Crimea, the Russian border guards strengthened the access control and create the artificial vehicle line as the press service of the Azov-Black Sea regional department of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine reported on Facebook.

"Today, the border guards spotted the artificial line at the administrative borders one more time. The workers of the State Border Guard Service did not record any queue before the Ukrainian checkpoint "Chonhar" but at the same time, today about 200 vehicles waited for their turn before the occupation so-called "checkpoint", the message said.

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According to the information, about 400-500 vehicles pass the checkpoint "Chonhar" towards Crimea daily.

"In other words, almost the half of the vehicles that pass the administrative border per day were in the line created by the occupants, probably, for "the image of the tourist flow" or the unwilling to work qualitatively," the press service added.

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Also, it was noted, that usually, the pass of the vehicles at the border was performed by the occupants with the use of the traffic light and barrier but today they fielded extra soldiers for the control.

As we reported Russia violates the rights of those who refused to receive the Russian passports on the territory of annexed Crimea. In particular, those people are expelled as migrants who violated the terms of state in the country.

Related: Head of Crimea asks Kyiv court to lift Ukrainian sanctions against him

As it is known, Russia annexed Crimea in March 2014 after the illegal referendum. On March 17, 2014, Putin signed an order which recognizes Crimea’s “independence”. On the next day, he signed an agreement which joins Crimea and Sevastopol to Russia.

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