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MOSCOW, April 29. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia’s state railway corporation RZD has warned the customers on tightened border-crossing regulations for the passengers traveling to and from Crimea.
“We are compelled to state that the Verkhovna Rada adopted a law on April 27 that requires obtaining special permits for anyone who travels to Crimea from the continental part of the country,” Vladimir Kalyapin, the Deputy Director General of the Federal Passenger Company, told reporters on Tuesday.
The Federal Passenger Company is an RZD affiliation.
Kalyapin added that, under the new Ukrainian law, all the passengers who are not citizens of Ukraine are expected to have these permits as well.