Occupant authorities of Crimea cancel mandatory observation after entering peninsula

Source : 112 Ukraine

The new entry rules took effect on July 15
08:47, 15 July 2020

Checkpoint at the administrative border with Crimea
State Border Guard Service of Ukraine

The occupant "government" of Crimea decided to lift the obligatory observation for citizens who enter the peninsula from mainland Ukraine. Krym.Realii reported that on July 15.

The new entry rules took effect today. 

Previously, all citizens who arrived in Crimea across the checkpoints of Chongar, Kalanchak and Chaplynka were supposed to stay at home for self-observation, which lasted for 14 days.

Ukraine resumed the work of all entry-exit checkpoints on the administrative border with Crimea on June 14.

Related: 45 people currently missing in temporarily occupied Crimea

Earlier, Ukraine's Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba claimed that the international negotiation group for de-occupation of Crimea will not include Russia's representatives. He said so in an interview with Segodnya outlet.

"We've got to be honest, and say that Russia will not join this format. We've got to create a platform that is supposed to achieve three goals. The first is to keep Crimea on the international agenda. The second will let us coordinate the efforts of the maximum number of participants, provide the policy of non-recognition of the annexation of Crimea and the sanctions policy against Russia due to that. The third goal is to protect human rights in the occupied peninsula", Kuleba said.

Related: Russia not to join negotiation group on Crimea's de-occupation, - Foreign Minister

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