Deported Ukrainians will be able to return home even without a passport - Vereshchuk

26 June 2022, 00:32 | Ukraine
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Deported Ukrainians who can reach the border with Ukraine will be allowed to pass without documents. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories Irina Vereshchuk announced this on the air of a single telethon.

" We are currently developing routes along which free vehicles will run to help Ukrainians without money and without passports.. There are simply no passports, they are taken away in these filtration camps,"

She explained that together with Estonia and Latvia, Ukraine will help people get home.. From this side, the largest flow of deportees returns.

Vereshchuk recalled that the borders of Ukraine with the Russian Federation are closed, but now there is an agreement with the border guards, if the Ukrainians manage to reach the border with Ukraine, we will pass without passports, without identity documents.


As previously reported, the Russian military said it had deported more than 1.9 million people from Ukraine.. people, including more than 307 thousand children since the beginning of a full-scale invasion. Ukrainian law enforcers opened 20 criminal cases on the deportation of our citizens to Russia and Belarus.

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