January 15 the EU Monitoring Mission to the Ukrainian-Moldovan frontier proceeded to the second stage of their work, Cabinet's press office informed.

The EU Mission will join efforts with the Ukrainian and Moldovan border guards to tighten control over border checkpoints for citizens and means of conveyance.

The Mission's preparatory work started in early December 2005. The first stage provided for the Mission's familiarization with the checkpoints Shershentsi, Stanislavka, Hradenytsi-Avto, Kuchurhan-Avto, Zaliznytsia ("Railroad") Huliana and Kodyma border guard centre.

According to the press office of the State Frontier Guard Service, the Monitoring Mission will hold deliberations in late January to sum up the results of its two-month activity.

The EU Monitoring Mission's work is to last for two years.


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