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05 April 2022, 12:42

Ukrainians keep coming to Belarus: 993 people in the last 24 hours

MINSK, 5 April (BelTA) – Citizens of Ukraine keep coming into Belarus. As many as 993 people arrived in the last 24 hours, the State Border Committee of Belarus told BelTA.

According to the source, between 6:00 on 4 April and 6:00 on 5 April as many as 808 citizens of Ukraine arrived in Belarus by crossing the Belarusian-Ukrainian border. 164 people came to Belarus in transit via Poland, 20 people via Lithuania, and 1 via Latvia.

Belarusian authorities continue providing the necessary aid to citizens coming from Ukraine.

The State Border Committee of Belarus reminded that as of 3 April foreigners, who enter Belarus due to the social and political situation in Ukraine, including in transit via other countries, do not need to produce PCR test results (vaccination certificates). Apart from that, foreign citizens, who travel from Ukraine to a place of permanent residence, can enter Belarus without visas through 15 April.

Mobile drugstores set up near Belarusian-Ukrainian borderMobile drugstores set up near Belarusian-Ukrainian border
An outlet for issuing medications operates as part of the mobile humanitarian aid station in the village of Poddobryanka. Residents of the Ukrainian village of Dobryanka come here for aid.

On 4 April the Gomel drugstore chain Farmatsiya opened mobile drugstores in the village of Poddobryanka and near the border checkpoint Novaya Guta in order to sell medications to citizens of Ukraine.

Belarusian border checkpoints operate as usual.

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