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Ukraine limits Russia's citizens pass through checkpoints on administrative border with Crimea

The checkpoints switched to such order in the evening on November 25
14:29, 27 November 2018

Checkpoint "Chongar", Kherson region
State Border Guard of Ukraine

Russian citizens' pass through the checkpoints located on the administrative border with Crimea in Kherson region is restricted, as Andriy Hordeyev, Head of Kherson Regional State Administration, said, Ukrinform reports.

“The checkpoints (are operating, - ed.) in a restrictive order for Russian citizens, in both directions. I mean, concerning Crimea,” he noted.

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According to Hordeyev, the checkpoints switched to such order in the evening on November 25.

The citizens of Ukraine and other countries are allowed to pass through the checkpoints without any restrictions.

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