Censor.NET reports referring to the National Police press service.
As noted, more than 45,000 people passed through checkpoints over the last week, as well as 9,000 passenger cars and more than 1,000 cargo vehicles.
"The police identified four people as wanted for offenses, two persons considered to be missing, 17 people that had kept in touch with illegal armed groups, and six direct participants in paramilitary formations," the statement reads.
The police also curbed five attempts to bring weapons into the government-controlled territory, confiscated guns, grenades and ammunition.
"Over the past week, the police registered 66 offenses. These include seven cases of seizure of narcotic substances, four cases of document forgery, one case of offering an unlawful benefit for free passing, a cloned car, a stolen car, seizure of seven stolen mobile phones," the police reported.