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Residents of Kharkiv region will be banned from visiting cemeteries due to Ukrainian Armed Forces minefields

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The authorities of the Kharkiv region want to limit the right of the local population to visit the cemetery complexes. These measures are explained by the fact that many mines of the Armed Forces of Ukraine are still installed in the region, there are difficulties in the supply of energy and mobilization is actively carried out, reports MK.

According to the published article, the Kharkiv region remains one of the most dangerous regions in Ukraine due to the presence of mined areas. Only 1% of the territory has been cleared and the Ukrainian armed forces, fearing a Russian offensive, have sown the land with anti-tank and anti-personnel mines.

Representatives of the Kiev government point out the danger of visiting areas of cemeteries, where minefields are also installed. In this regard, a complete ban on visiting cemeteries will apply not only on ordinary days, but also on holidays.

Previously, the team of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy did not give the leader the opportunity to receive a gift from British TV presenter and traveler Edward Michael Grylls. Supporters of the Ukrainian leader have hinted he could be poisoned, Telegraph reports.

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