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On the Sino-Russian border, a new transition began in the county of Dongning
On Thursday, a Russian tank truck with 11 tons of liquefied petroleum gas crossed the Chinese border for the first time through the Dunnin checkpoint, which will specialize in servicing vehicles with hazardous chemicals. This was reported in the competent department of Dongnin County, Heilongjiang Province (Northeast China).
Local authorities suggest that Dunnin will be the first in the province profile checkpoint for the transport of dangerous imported chemical products. The implementation of this project will provide the region with gas and significantly reduce the logistics cost of liquefied petroleum gas.
The Dunny checkpoint is part of a Chinese-Russian cooperation project in the field of energy and chemical industry. The new transition will be designed to import oil, liquefied gas and chemical raw materials, including acid, alkali and alcohol. Its commissioning will significantly increase the volume of border trade.