: Maryinka checkpoint resumes work after shelling

12:47 Jun. 17, 2016

Maryinka checkpoint resumes work after shelling

Maryinka checkpoint resumes work after shelling (UNIAN photo)

Two civilias were injured the day before in a militant attack 

Ukrainian Border Guard Service spokesman Oleh Slobodian announced that in the morning of Friday, June 17, the Maryinka entry/exit checkpoint in eastern Ukraine resumed its work after militant shelling the day before.

"On Friday morning, all entry/exit checkpoints opened on time and are working in normal mode," he told Ukrainian online newspaper Ukrainska Pravda.

Read also Surge in fighting near eastern Ukrainian town of Maryinka


As earlier reported, at about 19:00 on June 16, the enemy started firing on the Maryinka entry/exit checkpoint, where two civilians were injured. The work of the checkpoint was suspended.

Reporting by UNIAN



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