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Ukraine: Crossing Points - Humanitarian Snapshot: September 2021

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An 18 per cent drop in the number of crossings of the “contact line” was recorded in September compared with August, likely due to the recently reintroduced crossing requirements (i.e., COVID-19 testing and self-quarantine) applied for residents of non-Government-controlled areas (NGCA) upon crossing to Government-controlled areas (GCA)¹. The 75k crossings in September represent just 6 per cent of the September 2019 figure. At the same time, a steady increase in the number of individual crossings through crossing points “Milove” (Luhanska oblast) and “Hoptivka” (Kharkivska oblast) located on the Russian-Ukrainian border was observed in recent months, which is also likely connected with the recently reintroduced quarantine requirements in GCA.

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