Ukrainian government is working on the allocation of money from the Reserve Fund for the construction of four checkpoints at the delimitation line on occupied Donbas territories, - “Novotroitske,” “Mayorske,” “Mariinka,” “Hnutove” and for restoring the roads. The Deputy Prime Minister for Regional Development, Construction and Housing Hennadiy Zubko said this, reports Interfax-Ukraine.
“We are now preparing the governmental decision to allocate from the Reserve Fund money for the construction of checkpoints which requires 3.5 million dollars. There is also an issue of asphalt paving in the area. The projects are practically ready,” the minister said.
Zubko also noted that the decision of the National Commission for Communications is expected on the restoration of mobile communication in occupied Donbas, so that independent regulators could influence it.
“I think you know that the existence and restoration of the communication, as well as fulfilment of license conditions is in the field of the independent regulator National Commission for Communications. We are expecting its decision, so that independent regulators could influence the restoration of the communication,”
According to him, the technical task of the project provides for the possibility of border inspection, of both personal belongings and transport, setting of a canopy, adequate sanitary conditions, etc.
According to preliminary calculations, the cost of construction of one checkpoint is about 143,600 dollars.
As it was reported earlier the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Pavlo Klimkin, together with the current OSCE Chairman Angelino Alfano visited the checkpoint in Pishchevik village of Donetsk region.
"Pavlo Klimkin and Angelino Alfano visited the checkpoint in Pishchevik village, where up to 4,000 people cross the line of demarcation every day. The Ukrainian Foreign Minister told his Italian counterpart about the situation in this village and Shyrokyne, "the report said.