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KIEV, April 5 (Itar-Tass) — Ukraine and Russia have begun demarcating their land border, the press service of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry reported on Thursday.
It said the field stage of the state border demarcation began on April 3. In accordance with plan of demarcation work coordinated by the sides, this year the two countries plan to finish work on demarcation of a 223-kilometer-long border section in the Chernigov region and begin analogous work in the Sumy region.
The next session of the Ukrainian-Russian demarcation commission will be held in Kiev at the end of April, the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry reported. The sides have not yet agreed on the issue of sea border delimitation in the Kerch Strait.