Control points of entry/exit “Kalanchak and Chaplinka” on the administrative border with occupied Crimea September 15, will resume its work after the release chemicals on the territory of the plant “Titan”. This reports the press service of Goschs.
“Tomorrow, September 15, 2018, the checkpoints of entry-departure “Kalanchak and Chaplinka” will resume its work. Operations of passage of persons and transport through admingranitsu the border guards of Kherson detachment will begin at 10:00″, – stated in the message.
It is noted that the State border service will continue to monitor the situation with the Crimean plant and in the event of deterioration and danger to the life and health of the civilian population will again suspend the admission of citizens through PPC.
Recall that PPC “Chaplinka and Kalanchak” was temporarily closed on entry into the Crimea due to the chemical emissions of the plant “Crimean Titan”. Part of the guards remained at KPVV “Kalanchak and Chaplinka” to assist those wishing to leave Crimea.
In the town of Armyansk in the North annexed the Crimea there was an emission into the atmosphere of substances of unknown origin. On metal objects, rooftops, on the leaves of the trees formed oily coating having a yellowish tint. First, the representatives of the occupation authorities did not recognize the problem, but on 4 September the “Crimean government” for the first time stated that the maximum permissible concentration of sulfur dioxide in Armyansk and nearby towns exceeded the norm. Children were evacuated, local residents encouraged to spend less time outdoors. Through the release of chemicals in the annexed Crimea on mainland Ukraine has left 59 people. It was also reported that due to emissions of chemicals 61 injured, the Ukrainian border guard.