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Cargo area will be built on the border with China in Transbaikalia

Cargo area will be built on the border with China in Transbaikalia
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They plan to create a loading and unloading site on the border on the Russian-Chinese border in Transbaikalia. This will help solve the problem of truck congestion in front of the checkpoint.

According to the press service of the regional government with reference to the Minister of Investment Development of the Trans-Baikal Territory Mikhail Churkin, the regional government supports investors who have taken this initiative.

It is reported that in 1999, an agreement was signed between China and Russia on a visa-free regime and the creation of a border trade complex. The complex has been built in China, but still not in Russia, although land has been allocated for this.

According to Churkin, this plot of land is an advantage of Transbaikalia, it will provide an opportunity for the development of the logistics and trade potential of the territory due to the projected trade with China.

Negotiations have already begun with two potential investors who are interested in creating a logistics complex, a transshipment and reloading point for semitrailers arriving from China.

Earlier it was reported that for a month already on the border of China and the Trans-Baikal Territory stand idle in traffic truckers. 273 trucks are waiting in line to pass the checkpoint.

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