Border crossing requires observance of quarantine rules.
The Shehyni-Medyka checkpoint / Photo from facebook.com/zahidnuy.kordon
The Shehyni-Medyka international checkpoint on the border with Poland resumed operation at 00:00 on May 16, but only crossing the border on foot is allowed.
Cars will not be able to cross the border, the Zakhidna (Western) regional administration of the State Border Service of Ukraine said on Facebook.
Vehicles can drive across the Ukrainian-Polish border at the following checkpoints: Krakovets-Korczowa, Rava-Ruska-Hrebenne, and Yahodyn-Dorohusk.
Radio Liberty reports with reference to the Mostyska border detachment’s press secretary that it is impossible to cross the border on foot at Krakovets-Korczowa and Rava-Ruska-Hrebenne starting from May 16. Citizens of Ukraine on the Polish side were collected by special buses, which will be canceled.
Border crossing requires observance of quarantine rules, namely wearing a face mask and social distancing (at least 1.5 meters) between people who move on foot.
As UNIAN reported earlier, the Cabinet of Ministers decided to reopen the Shehyni checkpoint on the border with Poland.
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