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Traffic police post installed on the border of Primorye and China

Traffic police post installed on the border of Primorye and China

The regional traffic police post was installed in front of the Pogranichny checkpoint in Primorye. Now the situation with heavy trucks passing there remains tense. The traffic police should help solve the problem of "thieves corridors".

According to the press service of the regional government, now at the border there are signs limiting parking in front of checkpoints. In addition, there is a free parking lot for heavy vehicles for a day.

Border problems began this spring. Then at the checkpoints hundreds of trucks were accumulatingwho could not travel to the PRC. The congestion was due to the fact that China was aboutbordered border crossing due to the unfavorable situation with the coronavirus in Russia.

To solve the problem, the authorities of Primorye introduced a regime of electronic passes for heavy trucks. His extended until August 31, however, the problem at the border has returned.

According to Deputy Chairman Alexander Kostenko, the regional authorities did not give orders to cancel registration or change the order of its organization. Thieves corridors appeared at the checkpoint. According to the deputy chairman, if it turns out that one of the officials was involved in their creation, they will face the most serious consequences.

Now, when crossing the border, heavy trucks must unhook the container and return immediately. At the same time, empty cars also fall under the quotas established by the Chinese government - 40 cars. The authorities of the Primorsky Territory turned to the Chinese side with a question about the possibility of increasing it.

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