Among these, there are checkpoints where related parties have resumed their work.
“This week, the work of two checkpoints resumed after the relevant decisions of the authorities of neighboring countries. So, from June 16, the Shegyni checkpoint on the border with Poland again started passing vehicles, and from June 17 people can cross the Ukrainian-Romanian border at the Solotvyno checkpoint, the report said.
On June 18, the Cabinet of Ministers resumed pedestrian traffic at checkpoints on the border with Russia and Belarus.
Earlier Hungary resumed passing through the border of passenger buses from Ukraine. And also the country allows its citizens to enter without the need to stay in quarantine. This was reported by the State Border Service of Ukraine.
Citizens of Ukraine who enter a 30-kilometer zone are not sent to quarantine. Such persons will not be required to provide additional supporting documents for entry, but they must leave the territory of Hungary within 24 hours.
Entry into the territory of Hungary for the purpose of transit travel is permitted round-the-clock if the person has a document of permanent residence, residence permit, long-stay visa or other document confirming the right to a long stay in the country of destination issued by the official body of this country . In addition, the person must provide consent to check for the presence of Covid-19 and not have signs of suspected infection.
As reported, the Wizz Air resumed flights from the Kyiv International Airport to Hungary, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Greece and the UK.