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 Trucks can no longer pass border with occupied Crimea through Kalanchak checkpoint

The activists did not let a truck from the occupied Crimea to the mainland through Chonhar checkpoint.

Eldar Aliev, participant of the blockade wrote on Twitter, Censor.NET reports.

"A truck came from the Crimea to Chonhar. The activists did not let it out, so the truck was TURNED ROUND to the Crimea," he wrote.

According to Ru.krymr.com, the border guards no longer let trucks through the Kalanchak checkpoint to the Crimea, while the local "self-defense squads" check the trucks entering the mainland. "They check the contents of the trucks that leave the Crimea. If the truck is empty, the "self-defense squad" lets it through. So far no trucks with goods tried to cross the border.

Read also: Crimean Tatars and activists have blocked Chonhar. PHOTO

At the same time, a large number of trucks continue waiting in the queue in front of the checkpoint. The drivers feel quite comfortable with the fact that they cannot get to the peninsula. They say that they are used to standing in line for days and that the customer pays them for each day of at the "border".


 
 
 
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