Vereshchuk: People deported to Russia will be allowed into Ukraine even without passports

Vereshchuk: People deported to Russia will be allowed to enter Ukraine even without passports

Ukrainians who were forcibly taken out of the country by Russia will be able to return home. If they manage to leave for another country, and from there get to the border of Ukraine, they will be allowed to go home even without passports. This was stated by the Minister for the Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories, Irina Vereshchuk, on the air of the All-Ukrainian telethon.

– We have an agreement with the border guards: if the Ukrainians manage to reach the border with Ukraine, we will pass without passports, without documents , proving the identity. The main thing is to find a way to return home. Call us, we will help with tickets, help with passport documents,” Vereshchuk said.

As the minister noted, since the beginning of the war, there have already been cases when Ukrainians managed to escape from the so-called “filtration camps” and reach Estonia or Latvia, in order to return to their homeland through these countries.

– We are now developing routes along which free buses will run, shuttle vehicles that will help Ukrainians without money. In fact, without passports, because they do not exist, they are simply taken away in these filtration camps. To get, try to get to Ukraine and continue to live here, – she stressed.

The head of the Ministry of Reintegration also said that she had held a meeting with the representative of the International Organization for Migration in Ukraine Stephen Rogers. The parties discussed the creation of a transport corridor from Latvia and Estonia for Ukrainians, whom the Russians forcibly deported from Ukraine.

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