Deputy Chairman of the Odesa regional council Yuri Dymchoglo wrote this on Facebook and published the relevant document.
"The long-awaited decision of the Romanian Cabinet of Ministers on Orlivka- Isaccea crossing point! It became possible thanks to the joint efforts of the Infrastructure Ministry and the Foreign Ministry of Ukraine, as well as the Odesa regional council and the Odesa regional state administration," Dymchoglo wrote.
Pursuant to the published document signed by Romanian Prime Minister Viorica Dancila, the Romanian customs will also be located on the territory of the border checkpoint.
As reported, the Ukrainian government approved the project of opening the Orlivka- Isaccea crossing point in November 2014.
In early October 2014, Ukraine and Romania signed the agreement on local border traffic.
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