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KIEV, August 20. /TASS/. Terminals of the Ukrainian State Border Service have been connected to the Interpol database, the press service of the Ukrainian government said on Thursday.
"The Ukrainian State Border Service has been connected to the Interpol database," the government said. "We became part of an integrated criminal investigation system."
On June 15, Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said that 49 border crossings in Ukraine would be connected to Interpol’s automated systems by September. "The task of the State Border Service will be the unification of our control systems with those of the Interpol. This will make it possible to check information on any citizen crossing Ukraine’s state border in terms of his presence in Interpol’s wanted persons database," the Ukrainian premier said.