We bring to your attention the results of another online survey on the issue: “Time spent by citizens of Ukraine crossing the state border when leaving Ukraine and entering Ukraine,” conducted as part of the project “Support of the Public Initiative “For Fair and Transparent Customs.”
The survey aims to obtain feedback from citizens of Ukraine who crossed the state border of Ukraine for entry and exit under the conditions of martial law in Ukraine to obtain information about the duration of their crossing of the border of Ukraine with neighboring countries. The survey results will help to understand the situation and identify “weak” points” in the organization of the state border crossing in Ukraine and will help the relevant authorities in dialogue with partner countries to establish an effective border crossing procedure and improve existing technological schemes. Respondents were offered two questionnaires separately for exit and entry, which will allow to compare the time spent by respondents when crossing the border of Ukraine for entry and exit.
The main results of the study:
• The average duration of crossing the border by citizens of Ukraine when leaving Ukraine was 6 hours and 12 minutes.
• The average duration of crossing the border by citizens of Ukraine when entering Ukraine was 3 hours and 24 minutes.
More results in the presentation.
The survey was conducted within the project “Support of the Public Initiative “For Fair and Transparent Customs.” The project is implemented by the Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting (IER) with the financial support of the European Union and co-financing by the Atlas Network (USA) and the International Renaissance Foundation.