Residents of Ordlo appealed to the Ukrainian authorities to ask them to open a CPVV in the Donbass.
This was reported by the portal DonPress, referring to social networks, reports MFN.
The inhabitants of the temporarily occupied territories of Donbass launched a flash mob on social networks. People post photos on social networks in which they post posters with the inscriptions “Open, I want to go home!”, “Make a corridor through the checkpoint”, “open the checkpoint”.
ORDLO residents on social media complain that they almost ended up in prison. People write that every morning they wake up with the hope that today they will learn that the CPVV on the dividing line in Donbass has resumed its work.
In addition, the residents of ORDLO became indignant as soon as they learned that Ukraine had opened the CPVV with the EU countries, but not in Donbas.
“Why did you open checkpoints with the EU countries, but not with us?” Write the inhabitants of the temporarily occupied territories.
But some residents of the occupied territories have even started to accuse Ukrainian politicians of dividing Ukrainians into “good” and “bad”.
“Why do you divide yourself into” good “Ukrainians and” bad “”, ask the inhabitants of ORDLO on social networks.
The inhabitants of the occupied territories want the authorities to hear them and open the CPVV in the Donbass.
“Dear politicians, we hope you can hear us. Help solve this problem! Open the CPVV ”, write the inhabitants of Ordlo.
People write that many people in the territory controlled by Ukraine have work and that someone, due to the closure of the CPVV, is cut off from school. In addition, residents of the temporarily occupied territories write that due to the closure of the KPVV, some families have been disconnected and have not seen each other for the second month.
Earlier, we reported that the head of the Lugansk state administration had indicated when a checkpoint in the village of Lugansk could be opened.