Dear Crimeans!

The world is now facing great challenges. The virus that spreads around the world does not choose its victims by nationality, color, sex, or age. The consequences of the pandemic are already being felt. But for Ukraine it is also a challenge and a great test, because all of this we are experiencing against the background of the war and occupation of part of our territories, and the impossibility of the Ukrainian health system to provide assistance to citizens in the occupied territories.

The Russian Federation occupied the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol implementing its legislation and healthcare system throughout the peninsula. This resulted mainly in negative consequences for quality and accessibility to medicine in Crimea. The occupying authorities systematically withhold reliable information on humanitarian situation in the peninsula; do not allow access of humanitarian and human rights missions to the peninsula not to inform the international community on the current situation and the measures to prevent the  occurrence and spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the occupied Crimea. That is why it is very important for Crimeans to take care of themselves and their families by taking responsibility for their own health and life “Dear Crimeans!”


The Law of Ukraine “On amendments to certain legislative acts of Ukraine aimed to prevent the occurrence and spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)” (bill No.530-IX) entered into force on 17 March 2020

The law provides:

Administrative  liability for:

  • violation of sanitary rules and norms for the prevention of infectious diseases, provided by the Law of Ukraine “About protection of the populationagainst infectious diseases” and other acts, including the relevant decisions of the self-governmental bodies on preventing infectious diseases.
  • Sanction: Article 443 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine on administrative responsibility provides penalty of 1,000 to 2,000 tax-free minimum incomes of citizens [UAH 17,000-34,000], imposed for violation of the rules and norms established with the aim of preventing epidemic and infectious diseases. The officials are imposed to 2,000 to 10, 000 tax-free minimum incomes of citizens [UAH 34,000 – 170 000].

“The Law of Ukraine “On amendments to certain legislative acts of Ukraine aimed to prevent the occurrence and spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)” (bill No.530-IX) entered into force on 17 March 2020”


What is important to know for Crimeans. Answers to the most common questions

  1. What is the reason for the quarantine?

The quarantine is introduced in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus COVID-19 by the resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine dated 11 March 2020 № 211.

  1. What period is quarantine imposed for?

According to the resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine dated 11 March 2020№ 211, a quarantine is imposed throughout the territory of Ukraine for the period from March 12 until April 32020.

  1. What restrictions are imposed during the quarantine?

“What is important to know for Crimeans. Answers to the most common questions”


Government: border guard allows entrance and exit from Crimea for humanitarian needs

Entrance to and exit from the temporarily occupied AR of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol by the citizens of Ukraine is possible on humanitarian grounds and in accordance with the decision of the State Border guard service of Ukraine( subsequently informing the Ministry of Reintegration of the Occupied Territories of Ukraine).

Today, the Government of Ukraine has adopted the decision on amending the order of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine dated 14 March 2020№291-р “On a temporary suspension of work of entryexit checkpoints with the temporarily occupied territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea” which is aimed to prevent the spread of acute respiratory infection COVID-19 throughout the territory of Ukraine, which is caused by the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 “Government: border guard allows entrance and exit from Crimea for humanitarian needs”



Important information is worth paying attention to!

The work of entry check points to the temporarily occupied territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol and exit from there is suspended until 3 April 2020.

Such decision of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine was taken to prevent spread of illness COVID-19, caused by coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 (the decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine dated 14 March 2020 № 291-р https://cutt.ly/UtjYcD3) “Important information is worth paying attention to!”


Dear citizens!

The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine introduced quarantine in Ukraine by its resolution dated on 11 March 2020 № 211 “On measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19 throughout the territory of Ukraine”. In order to prevent coronavirus COVID-19, the Mission of the President of Ukraine in the AR of Crimea suspends personal reception of citizens.

It is worth noting that the Mission continuous to maintain communication with citizens:

  • via tel: (0552) 49-59-39 and hotline 0800502192
  • on Skype: ark predstavnictvo;
  • via e-mail: zvernennia@ppu.gov.ua;
  • send us to our postal address: 42 Ushakova Avenue, Kherson

To the attention of citizens!

In order to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 in Ukraine, personal reception of citizens by the Deputy Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea Tamila Tasheva which has to be held on 16 March 2020 in Kherson is postponed to another day

The reception’s date and time will be informed additionally

For any information, please, contact us by tel: (0552)49-59-39 and hotline tel: (0552)49-59-39

In addition, you can send a written request to the Mission .via e-mail: zvernennia@ppu.gov.ua or at the address:

42 Ushakov Avenue, Kherson, 73003