Photo: State Border Service of Ukraine
A new automobile checkpoint Dyakovtsy – Rakovets was opened
The planned throughput capacity of the checkpoint per day is up to 300 units of vehicles, including 10 buses, 1550 citizens, including 500 pedestrians.
In Bukovina on Friday, February 10, a new automobile checkpoint Dyakovtsy – Rakovets was officially opened. The first car has already crossed the border to leave Ukraine. This is reported by the State Border Service.
The State Border Guard Service reminded that, according to the Agreement between the Governments of Ukraine and Romania, a round-the-clock operation of the checkpoint for pedestrian, automobile (including buses), except for cargo, is determined. At the first stage, the checkpoint will be opened for the passage of empty trucks and tanks, and later, depending on the creation of the necessary infrastructure conditions, for the movement of other types of vehicles and goods.
“The planned throughput capacity of the checkpoint per day is up to 300 units of vehicles, including 10 buses, 1,550 citizens, including 500 pedestrians. The checkpoint provides six lanes for registration of vehicles and a separate lane for persons crossing the border in on foot,” the statement said.
It is noted that a separate structural unit of border guards has been created to carry out checkpoint operations at the Dyakovtsy checkpoint. The staff of the department has received appropriate training and is ready to carry out border control of citizens and vehicles. All workplaces for passport control are equipped with computers with access to databases, as well as other means.
The Ukrainian delegation thanked Romania for its support.
According to the head of the Office of the Prime Minister of Romania, Mircea Abrudyan, Romania received 3.5 million citizens who tried to get to other countries, and 108,000 Ukrainians who now remain in Romania.
“Romania is ready to continue to support Ukraine. Today’s opening of the checkpoint is evidence of this,” he said.
The first car has already crossed the border. Photo: GPSU
Recall that in November last year, the automobile checkpoint Krasnoilsk began working on the Ukrainian-Romanian border.
It was also reported that Poland had closed the border crossing with Belarus Bobrovniki – Berestovitsa since February 10 for security purposes.
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