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Cargo communication with China suspended at border crossings in Primorye

Cargo communication with China suspended at border crossings in Primorye
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Through the Russian-Chinese border crossings in Primorye, cargo transportation will temporarily cease from April 6. The Chinese authorities explained this decision by the fact that they could not provide a centralized inspection and quarantine of the increased cargo and passenger flow.

According to the Consulate General of Russia in Harbin, measures will affect the border crossings - Suifenhe, Poltavka - Dunning and Turiy Rog - Mishan. The PRC promises to inform about the timing of the restoration of the work of checkpoints.

The Consulate General also clarified the situation with Russian drivers stuck in Suifenhe. They noted that the resumption of freight traffic through the border checkpoint - Suifenhe led to an increase in the number of cars crossing it and the formation of a line at the exit from China. Insufficient throughput capacity of the Russian part of the border crossing point and enhanced control measures of the transported cargo due to the coronavirus slow down the work of the point. Chinese authorities have resettled Russian drivers in local hotels.

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