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Ukraine doesn't consider issue resuming trips from occupied Crimea, - Infrastructure Minister

Ukraine's minister underlined creating of human infrastructural conditions for passengers, who travel to Crimea from mainland Ukraine
14:09, 29 September 2019

Facebook Vladyslav Kryklii

Ukraine does not consider the issue of trips resumption to or from occupied Crimea. Minister of Infrastructure Vladyslav Krykliy stated this on his Facebook page.

"I am giving explanations to everyone. On behalf of the President of Ukraine, we have finished building of Chonhar and Kalanchak checkpoints. The stations are going to be built near the checkpoints, from which the Ukrainian transporters will be transferring passengers on the territory of Ukraine, I repeat - the Ukrainian transporters only on the territory of Ukraine," he wrote.

According to Krykliy, the issue is not about the resumption of any trips to/from Crimea. 

"It is about creating of human conditions for passengers who can sit in buses of the legal transporter at the checkpoint bus stations and keep going on the Ukrainian territory," the Minister underlined.

Competitions for the transporters will be held by the local authorities and with the participation of the Ministry of Infrastructure.

Related: Ukraine’s delegation leaves OSCE session hall due to statements about ‘Russian Crimea’

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