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The Code of Ukraine on Administrative Offences

The Code of Ukraine on Administrative Offences

The Code was adopted by the Presidium of the Verkhovna Rada of the Ukrainian SSR on 07.12.1984 and is valid until the present time with many additions and changes. In April 2014 the Code was supplemented with Article 204-2 (changes to take effect from 27 April 2014), which provides for liability of a fine or administrative arrest for up to 15 days for violating the procedure of entry in the temporarily occupied territory of Ukraine and exit from it.

Article 204-2

Violation of entering the territory temporarily occupied Ukraine and exit from it – entails a fine of one hundred to three hundred untaxed minimum incomes, or administrative arrest for up to fifteen days.

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