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 Trucks from Chonhar crossing point returned to mainland Ukraine

No trucks with food that headed from mainland Ukraine to Crimea are left in the bordering Henichesk district of the Kherson region - a driver from the last one, who got scared and ran away, leaving his truck unattended, has returned and driven away.

As reported by Censor.NET citing Ukrinform, this was announced by the head of the Henichesk district state administration Oleksandr Vorobiov.

"When I learned of the campaign [Crimean Tatars' blockade of food import to Crimea - ed.], we left for the administrative border. There were 273 trucks there. I decided to split them into groups of 15 trucks. I had people assigned to each of the group. We worked with the border service and we have achieved to have no trucks left at Chonhar now. Yesterday, a truck with meat turned around and left. It had stood here for a while - its driver got scare and left, and the owner disappeared. But yesterday they showed up, and the truck with meat returned to the mainland Ukraine," Vorobiov said.

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There are no more trucks carrying food to Crimea left on the territory of the Henichesk district, the head of the state administration stressed.



 
 
 
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