“Considering the provided information from Moldovan colleagues, we inform that from 08:00 a.m., February 25, 2021, Vulcănești checkpoint resumes its work; it is situated across from Ukrainian Vynohradivka checkpoint,” the message said.
The admission of people and vehicles was stopped by the Moldovan side 11 months ago.
In its turn, the government of Ukraine made a decision at the end of May to resume the work at all checkpoints at the border with Moldova, including Vynohradivka.
“The actual implementation of admission operations became possible only after the correspondent decision of the Moldovan side,” the State Border Guard Service noted.
As we reported, Ukraine provided buses for the transfer of the citizens through the demarcation line at Zolote and Shchastya checkpoints in Donbas; however, the Russian side refused to open these checkpoints.