Nine more checkpoints on the Ukrainian-Russian and Ukrainian-Belarusian sections have restored the pedestrian traffic across the border.
In particular, from 00.00 on July 7, 2020, the checkpoints Dolsk in Lyubeshiv district of Volyn region and Vilcha in Polissya district of Kyiv region were resumed on the border with Belarus.
At both checkpoints, it is possible to cross the border on foot, by passenger and freight transport.
As a reminder, Vilcha is an interstate checkpoint, where only citizens of Ukraine and Belarus can get clearance. While Dolsk is an international checkpoint where anyone having a legal right can cross the border between Ukraine and Belarus.
Relevant changes were introduced in connection with the entry into force of a resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine of June 17, 2020, № 819-p. After the official publication of the document, the State Border Guard Service informed its Belarusian colleagues, and the operation of these checkpoints was resumed.
Apart from that, according to the decision of the Government of Ukraine, from 00.00 on July 7 the possibility of a pedestrian crossing the border with Russia at the following checkpoints was resumed: Milove (Luhansk region, Milovsk district), Hoptivka (Kharkiv region, Dergachiv district), Bachivsk (Sumy region, Hlukhiv district), Yunakivka (Sumy region, Sumy district). Also the border with Russia and Belarus at the checkpoint Senkivka (Chernihiv region, Horodnyansk district), and the border with Belarus at the following checkpoints: Novi Yarylovychi (Chernihiv region, Ripkin district), Vystupovychi (Zhytomyr region, Ovruch district), Domanove (Volyn region, Ratniv district), Slavutych (Chernihiv region, Chernihiv district).