How fast a queue is unknown, in fact the number of people waiting to cross the border, according to TSN.
On the Internet publish video with the Ukrainian-Polish border, where in the course of yesterday evening and today thousands of Ukrainians who want to return to the country before the closure of the borders.
However, you notice that people stand closely to each other, not keeping distance, there are among people those who neglect the masks.
How fast a queue is unknown, in fact the number of people waiting to cross the border. “From midnight to let anyone (almost anyone) will not all these people want to get home in time… As you can see from this video, about any security measures we are not talking.
Masks are units, and on maintaining the distance between each other did not hear anything”.
Recall that by the end of the day, Ukraine will close the border for all passenger traffic. So after midnight the country will not be able to get in no plane, no train, no bus. The border is closed and for those Ukrainians who did not make it back before the end of Friday — will take care of diplomatic missions and Ukrainian communities abroad, said the President of Ukraine.
As reported ForumDaily:
The President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky said about the total closure of the borders to passenger traffic.
Until the end of Friday, March 27, will be closed the state border and stopped all passenger traffic
Of those who soon will not be able to return, will take care of the diplomatic representation of Ukraine and Ukrainian communities abroad.
“Nothing about a Ukrainian who would not be able to return in the coming days, we will not forget. Gradually all will return home, but given the epidemiological situation in the place of your stay, as well as the capabilities of your mandatory isolation,” said Zelensky.
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