Poland suspends small border traffic with Ukraine
Starting from July 4 Poland will suspend small border traffic with Ukraine, the measure will stay in force for less than a month, according to Ukraine Today.
The State Border Guard Service of Ukraine warned that from July 4 until August 2, the residents of border areas of Ukraine would be able to cross into Polish territory only according to the standard procedure, i.e. presenting a passport for foreign travel and a valid visa, Ukraine Today reports.
Read alsoTurkey increases period of visa-free stay for citizens of UkrainePoland's Foreign Ministry says the suspension of small border traffic is due to the upcoming NATO summit, which will take place in Warsaw on 8-9 at the presidential level, as well as the events related to the World Youth Day in Krakow, when the Polish city expects around 2.5 million visitors.