458 people cross administrative border with Crimea after lockdown easing in one day

Source : 112 Ukraine

Ukraine has opened all checkpoints with temporarily occupied Crimea on June 15
15:33, 16 June 2020

Chonhar checkpoint
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June 15, Ukrainian border guards registered 458 people at the recently reopened entry-exit checkpoints on the administrative border with the Russian-occupied Crimea. This was reported by the press service of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine.

"Over the past day, border guards registered 458 people at the checkpoint, 152 of whom were going in the direction of the annexed peninsula, and 306 citizens returned to the mainland of Ukraine," the statement said.

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It is noted that Kalanchak, Chaplynka, and Chonhar entry-exit checkpoints continue operating in normal mode.

As we reported earlier, on June 14, the entry/exit checkpoints on the border with occupied Crimea were reestablished.

On the first day of their work, no queues at the administrative border were observed.

“Starting from June 14, to fulfill the demands of the Regulation of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, the work of all checkpoints at the border with Crimea temporarily occupied by Russia was completely restored,” the message said.

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