‘The State Border Guard Service of Ukraine keeps performing advanced measures of control after the entry of foreigners on the territory of Ukraine. Naturally, we pay attention to Russian men, who may lead destabilizing anti-Ukrainian events. However, the border control of the second line is also cheking women as well, since they can work for the Russian intelligence,’ Slobodyan claimed.
Earlier, it has became known that Ukraine has allegedly lifted the ban on entering Ukraine for Russian men aged from 16 to 60 after the martial law ended.
Earlier, we reported that the legal regime of martial law in ten regions of Ukraine ends on Wednesday, December 26.
Petro Poroshenko, the president of Ukraine imposed the martial law in ten regions across the country on November 26. On the same day, the Ukrainian Parliament passed the law that enacts the president's decree. Thus, the martial law lasted for 30 days.
The reason to impose the martial law was the crisis in the Kerch Strait, in the Sea of Azov. The Russian Navy attacked the Ukrainian vessels, damaged them and captured the crews, 24 Ukrainian sailors. Currently, the captured men are at remand centers in Moscow.
According to the respective acts, the martial law was imposed in Vinnytsia, Luhansk, Mykolaiv, Sumy, Odesa, Kharkiv, Chernihiv, Kherson, Donetsk and Zaporizhya region, as well as in the domestic waters of the Sea of Azov.
In case of necessity, the martial law foresees certain limitations of rights and freedoms of citizens; however, the President promised that these measures would only take place if the situation escalated. Later, Poroshenko said the legal regime of the martial law would not be extended, if no full-scale Russian invasion takes place.