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Cork from heavy trucks again accumulated on the border with China in Primorye

Cork from heavy trucks again accumulated on the border with China in Primorye
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At checkpoints in Primorye there are more than 540 cars. Pass them across the border is planned until June 1.

According to the press service of the regional government, 236 cars remained in the Border, they are being rebuilt from several rows into one. 120 cars are in line in Kraskino, 188 in Poltavka. According to deputy chairman of the regional government Alexander Kostenko, the regional ministry of transport, municipal authorities, police, customs and carriers are working on the gradual passage of freight transport across the border.

Last week, on the border with China in Primorye tightened control over freight transport. The regime has been tightened to reduce traffic congestion at checkpoints. Moreover, earlier freight traffic with China suspended at the border checkpoint - for ten days from May 20. This is due to the worsening epidemic situation in Heilongjiang and Jilin provinces.

Since May 12, Suifenhe authorities have reduced the flow of goods transport across the border due to the fact that one of the Russian drivers after entering the country discovered coronavirus. The passage capacity of the passage decreased to ten cars per day, more than 600 trucks were accumulated at the border. Truckers staged a protest - refused to cross the border for three days, they left the cars and went home. Later, the authorities of Primorye and Suifenhe agreed to increase throughput, from May 18 began to miss up to 30 cars.

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