Queues for several kilometers: hundreds of cars stand on the border with Hungary


Multi-kilometer queues: Hundreds of cars stand at the Hungarian border

Hundreds of cars stand at the Hungarian border/Video screenshot

< strong _ngcontent-sc88="">Kilometer queues have formed on the border between Ukraine and Hungary. Sometimes they reach up to 800 cars.

Viktor Nikita, the head of the Transcarpathian OVA, said that he had immediately arrived at the Tysa checkpoint. They provided information on problematic issues related to the formation of queues at the Hungarian-Ukrainian border.

We observe a significant increase in the number of passenger vehicles at the entrance to Ukraine at checkpoints throughout the borders. In the case of Hungary, these queues stretched for several kilometers and sometimes reach 800 cars, Nikita said.

According to the head of the OVA, the situation on the Slovak-Ukrainian border is slightly better. At the same time, it also causes concern.

Nikita said that he had initiated a meeting with representatives of the customs and border police of Hungary. It is scheduled for June 27th. Its goal is to solve problematic issues.

A 40-kilometer queue was found at the Yagodin checkpoint

As of June 25, there were long queues at the Yagodin checkpoint. The best seats even started to sell. To save time, you will have to pay from 50 to 250 dollars.

Volunteer Oksana Ruban told the details.

“There are 38 kilometers of queue ahead. We have advanced almost 2 kilometers in a day. We are stupidly standing in the time when one after the other cars drive out of line,” she said.

Ruban added that $ 250 is a place 5 kilometers to the border guards.

Social media users complain about the long turn. In particular, it is said that at Yagodina the queue of cars stretched for 40 kilometers.

Subsequently, it was reported that only trucks and regular buses would pass through the Yagodino checkpoint. The new rules will come into effect on Monday 27 June. In addition, a separate lane will be allocated for the movement of empty trucks. In the meantime, fuel trucks will be issued without a queue.

In accordance with the new rules, cars and trucks (which weigh up to 7.5 tons) will need to go through the Yagodin-Dorogusk checkpoint. We hope that these changes will reduce the queues.

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