He added that the border would be opened if the number of COVID-19 cases did not increase significantly.
"That is, we can watch European countries, our neighbors - Poland, Hungary, Romania, as they act on borders. We also see notable examples of Germany, Spain, Italy. And depending on how their borders will be opened, we can add 30 days and pretty much understand that probably the same mirror measures will be taken in Ukraine if we have a calm situation,” Shmygal said.
As we reported earlier, today, on April 22, Ukraine's Cabinet of Ministers will consider lockdown prolongation.
"Wait until Wednesday. The government meeting will decide whether to continue the quarantine or narrow it down. The Cabinet of Ministers will consider it on April 22,” Deputy Minister of Health Viktor Lyashko stated.