The relevant decision was made during a session of the government that took place on Wednesday, May 20. It was reported by MP of the European Solidarity faction Oleksiy Honcharenko on his Telegram page.
"The Cabinet of Ministers is opening all international checkpoints, except ones with the Russian Federation and Belarus due to the difficult epidemiological situation there," he wrote.
As we reported earlier, the Government of Ukraine has extended the lockdown until June 22. It has also been decided to begin the second phase of quarantine easing starting from May 22.
“Starting from May 22, we offer – the so-called adaptive quarantine will be imposed, respectively, by the government. What is it? To make it more controlled and clear, we introduce mitigation stages. Each stage will take 10 days and it will start from May 22,” Stepanov said.