13:23 09.02.2015

Kyiv to introduce border regime for near-front zone, areas bordering Crimea from February 10

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Kyiv to introduce border regime for near-front zone, areas bordering Crimea from February 10

The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine will introduce a special border regime for a number of districts and populated areas of Donetsk, Luhansk and Kharkiv regions, as well as two districts in Kherson region which border Crimea, starting from February 10 for the duration of the anti-terrorist operation.

This is stated in government decree No. 38 on certain means of improving Ukraine's national security, dated January 30.

According to the document, the regime is to be introduced in order to improve Ukraine's national security, the security of citizens, the protection of their rights, freedoms and legitimate interests, and is based on the principles of the inviolability of the state border, territorial integrity, political and economic independence and the sovereignty of Ukraine.

The special regime will be introduced from February 10 in the city of Donetsk, the towns of Avdiyivka, Artemivsk, Vuhledar, Horlivka, Dzerzhynsk, Debaltseve, Dokuchayevsk, Selydove (Donetsk region), and Artemivske, Volnovakha, Volodarsk, Kostiantynivsk, Krasnoarmiysk, Maryinka, Yasynuvata districts in Donetsk region. It will be also apply to the territories of Lutuhyne, Novoaidar, Perevalsk, Popasna, Slovianoserbsk, Starobilsk districts if Luhansk region; Bohodukhiv district if Kharkiv region and Novotroyitske and Chaplynka districts in Kherson region.

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