Almost 300 Ukrainians return to their homeland from Amsterdam, Athens

Source : 112 Ukraine

The passengers did not complain about their health
13:27, 13 May 2020

287 Ukrainian citizens have returned to their homeland from Amsterdam and Athens
State Border Guard Service of Ukraine

On May 13, two flights from Amsterdam and Athens with 287 Ukrainians aboard successfully landed at Boryspil International Airport, Ukraine’s State Border Guard Service reports.

"Border guards conducted a mandatory temperature screening of each passenger. No cases of fever were detected. None of the passengers complained about their health," the statement said.

They also installed the Diya application for the further observation.

Related: Almost 600 Ukrainians returned home from Baku, London, Rome, Tel Aviv

Meanwhile, the passenger aircraft of SkyUp company departed from Istanbul, carrying 109 Ukrainians aboard. Among the evacuated are Ukrainian students, athletes and citizens who were treated from COVID-19 in Turkey.

As we reported earlier, 10-15% of Ukrainians have returned from Europe during the quarantine. They are waiting for the restoration of the transport traffic between the countries in order to go to work abroad.

The majority of the Ukrainian stays there. But even the number of those who returned just waits for the restoration of the interstate transport traffic – buses, trains – to go to work abroad and earn money there,” President of Ukrainian Association of Companies on International Recruitment Vasyl Voskobiynyk said.

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