Occupied Abkhazia to open so-called Enguri checkpoint on June 22-24

The de facto government of occupied Abkhazia will provide a humanitarian corridor from June 22 to 24 to allow people remaining on the territory controlled by the Georgian government to return to Abkhazia, - the so-called State Security Committee reports.

It will be allowed to pass the so-called Enguri checkpoint from 09:00 to 19:00.

According to them, people will be obliged to undergo medical and sanitary control while entering the occupied territory.

The Abkhazian side has closed the so-called border on the Enguri River since June 1.

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