The Ukrainian Ministry of Infrastructure has developed an interactive online map that provides up-to-date information about the procedures for crossing Ukraine’s borders with neighboring countries.
The Ministry of Infrastructure announced this in a statement, the CFTS portal reports.
According to the statement, transportation of passengers to Belarus, Moldova, Poland, and Romania was allowed as of June 12. "However, we draw attention to the list of categories of people that are allowed to enter these territories and the rules that must be followed to avoid refusal of permission to perform transportation operations," the Ministry of Infrastructure said in the statement.
According to the ministry, this map will be updated when other countries decide to open their borders to international passenger transport.
As the CFTS portal reported earlier, the Cabinet of Ministers allowed checkpoints at Ukrainian airports to resume operation on June 15. Foreigners from countries with insignificant numbers of COVID-19 coronavirus cases are allowed to enter Ukraine from June 15.