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The Conditions at the Entry-Exit Control Points

September 21, 2016

As part of the "Frontline Inspection" initiative NGO "Foundation.101" has checked the conditions at the entry-exit control points in Donetsk region. The goal of the organization was to check whether the conditions to wait in queues are acceptable for the citizens.

Each of the four operating entry-exit control points were monitored for the presence of toilets, shelters from the sun and rain, tanks with drinking water, medical aid posts, garbage containers, and warning sings about mining of the roadsides.

According to the collected data, the largest number of toilets and tanks of water was recorded at the entry-exit control point "Novotroitske". The biggest number of the garbage containers was at the control point "Zaytseve", and the best situation with the shelters from the sun and rain was recorded at "Mariinka".

The Conditions at the Entry-Exit Control Points

As of today, the worst conditions are at the entry-exit control point "Mariinka". This exit-entry control point is behind on two indicators. There is insufficient quantity of tanks with drinking water and garbage containers there. There are fewer shelters from the sun and rain at the control point "Novotroitske" comparing to control points "Zaytseve" and "Mariinka". In addition, there are no separate medical aid posts at the entry-exit control points "Novotroitske" and "Hnutove". Also, the warning signs about the mining of roadside at the control point "Zaytseve" are not noticeable enough.

The Load at the Control Points in January-July 2017
August 14, 2017

The Load at the Control Points in January-July 2017

According to State Border Service of Ukraine

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Karatel reports in July 2017
August 4, 2017

Karatel reports in July 2017

According to users’ evaluation

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KARATEL reports in June 2017
July 5, 2017

KARATEL reports in June 2017

According to users’ evaluation

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