The lawyer of T&T Partners bar association Vladyslav Yurchak predicted what the situation might be after the defeat of Russia in the war against Ukraine.
It is reported 24 channel.
According to the lawyer, these restrictions in Ukrainian legislation are tied to extraordinary andwartime state As noted, all restrictions on crossing the border for men aged 18-60 are set exclusively at the level of one document. It is about resolution Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine No. 57 of January 27, 1995.
“Currently, it is difficult to predict what will happen in the legal field after the end of the legal regime of martial law,” Yurchak said.
According to the lawyer, if a state of emergency is declared after the end of martial law, the restrictions on men traveling abroad will continue. However, if after the end of the war, neither of these two states will be in effect, then these restrictions will also not apply under current law.
The publication reminded that men who are 60 or older can cross the Ukrainian state border. The restrictions do not apply to young men under the age of 18 either. There are also other exceptions. Those men who have been removed from the military register by the military medical commission can go abroad. It should be noted that this does not apply to those with limited fitness.
In addition, foreign travel during martial law is allowed for those men whose close relatives are considered missing or killed during the ATO/OOS. Another exception exists for citizens of Ukraine permanently residing in the territory of other states. But in order to obtain a permit, such Ukrainians need to be registered at the consular register and have the appropriate marks in their passports.
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Will men be able to leave Ukraine after the end of hostilities: a lawyer’s answer