In Ukraine, all checkpoints at the administrative border with Crimea temporarily occupied by Russia were opened, as the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine reported.
“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.
The State Border Guard Service noted that no queues or delays were observed on the first day of the work of the checkpoints. 54 people were processed to the occupied territory of Ukraine. The occupants refused to pass 12 people stating there were no probable causes. 108 people were admitted from occupied Crimea.
All of them will stay in self-isolation.
On June 12, the government of Ukraine made a decision to restore the work of all checkpoints at the administrative border with Crimea occupied by Russia. The citizens who cross the border should stay in observation; however, they still have to use facial masks and gloves.
As we reported, Ukraine opened all checkpoints for air traffic through the state border on June 15.