Donbas occupying forces let people cross contact line «according to lists» – JFO HQ.

The Russian Federation's armed formations may not let people cross the contact line, relying on the data of the lists.

Photo from UNIAN

Photo from UNIAN

Russia's occupying forces in Donbas let people cross the entry and exit checkpoints according to the lists.

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"We have received information from the Trilateral Contact Group that the Russian occupying forces let people cross the entry and exit checkpoints according to the lists. In this regard, we would like to inform the Russian Federation's armed formations may not let people cross the contact line, relying on the data of the lists," the press center of Ukraine's Joint Forces Operation Headquarters said on Facebook.

At the same time, the JFO HQ said the Ukrainian side is open to carrying out border crossing operations and amid the quarantine provides an opportunity to cross the Stanytsia Luhanska, Maryinka, and Novotroyitske entry and exit checkpoints at a certain time.

As UNIAN reported earlier, Russian invaders have blocked the work of the Maryinka checkpoint since June 11, as well as the work of the Novotroyitske checkpoint since June 28.

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