Kiev opened the checkpoint near Yelenovka in the Donbas, but the car turns on Ukrainian checkpoints continue to accumulate, said Last news in the Ministry of transport of the self-proclaimed DND.
From January to the decision of the Ukrainian authorities in the Donbas entered the permit regime. To enter or to leave the self-proclaimed LNR and DND can be only by special passes. The Commissioner of the Ministry of transport DND have said before, that at the Ukrainian border checkpoints in the Donbass accumulate kilometer road turns, citizens spend more of the day. From July 7 to Kiev introduced the electronic badging system in the Donbass, which, as if it was supposed to simplify the process of obtaining documents.
"Since July 22 once again began operating the checkpoint in the area of residential settlements Elenovka (Mariupol direction), which was closed due to activation of hostilities in this area. To enter Ukraine can be in two directions: in Kharkiv and Mariupol ", - stressed in the Ministry of transport DND.
according to them, the crossings remain closed for passenger transport, to get to Ukraine is possible only by private transport. In this case the queue before open a Ukrainian border points continue to accumulate.
"Introduced With July 7, the Ukrainian authorities electronic permit system was not aimed at the convenience and relief of life for Residents. She not only did not reduce the degree of intensity and the length of the queue at the border between DND and Ukraine, but also increased the level of bribery in the Ukrainian military. So, Kiev, despite signed in Minsk consensus, continues rude and unscrupulous to violate the rights of citizens of the Republic on freedom of movement, " added the Ministry.
The reform of the Constitution of Ukraine in the part of the decentralization envisaged by the Minsk agreements of February 12. Amendments must take into account peculiarities of particular districts of Donetsk and Luhansk regions, agreed With the commissioners of these districts ". The authorities DND and LNR many times sent its proposals for reform, but never received a reply.