Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko visited "Mayorske" checkpoint, and promises to make sure that people on the first few meters of free Ukrainian land make themselves at home. He wrote about this on Facebook.
Yesterday, the Prosecutor General made a working trip to the Donetsk oblast. It was reported earlier that he visited Kramatorsk, where he introduced a new head of the Military Prosecutor's Office of the ATO forces, and visited foster children of Antoshka children's home.
"Love Ukraine!" - a poster at "Mayorske" checkpoint calls for. Meanwhile, there is dirt, dust, hour queues, hundreds of people with children in a hastily made wooden-cellophane hangar, where the temperature is about 35. The lack of medicine, four simple toilets… This is humiliation of both people and Ukraine", - Lutsenko wrote.
He recalled that 7 million citizens of Ukraine have passed through 5 such checkpoints over three years.
"Within the next few days, I will do my best to make sure that our people on the first few meters of free Ukrainian land make themselves at home", - he wrote.