The State Border Guard Service of Ukraine says the Maryinka entry and exit checkpoint, located in Donbas, eastern Ukraine, has resumed work.
"Due to the stabilization of the security situation within the Donetsk-Kurakhove road corridor, the passage of persons and vehicles through the Maryinka entry and exit checkpoint resumed from 07:00 today by a decision of the Joint Forces commander," it said on April 10.
Currently, all checkpoints along the contact line are operating as usual.
Over the past day, passenger traffic was dynamic and significantly grew. On April 9, some 36,300 people and 4,300 vehicles crossed the checkpoints in Donbas.
As was reported, Commander of Ukraine's Joint Forces Serhiy Nayev ordered to suspend the Maryinka checkpoint's work after an enemy sniper on April 5 had wounded a border guard officer.