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Reconstruction of checkpoints across the state border in Kamchatka can be completed within the next few years

The main measures for the reconstruction of checkpoints across the state border of the Russian Federation in the region will be completed within the next few years. According to the head of the Federal Agency for the Development of the State Border of the Russian Federation, Konstantin Busygin, this is possible with further cooperation and joint work between Rosgranitsa and the executive authorities of the Kamchatka Territory.

As the press service of the administration of Kamchatka informs, Konstantin Busygin and Governor Vladimir Ilyukhin discussed issues of reconstruction of checkpoints across the state border of Russia at the meeting. According to the head of Rosgranitsa, Kamchatka plans to reconstruct checkpoints through the state border of the Russian Federation at the airport and port of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, and also build a permanent terminal in the village of Nikolskoye in the Aleut district and seasonal terminals in 8 coastal settlements of the region.

“At the first stage, we plan to equip a checkpoint at the port of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. The premises of the sea terminal will be equipped with technical and informational means for subdivisions of state control bodies. In addition, at the expense of Rosgranitsa, the main building of the administrative complex of the checkpoint will be built in the port, - said Konstantin Busygin. - At the second stage, we envisage the arrangement of the checkpoint in the village of Nikolskoye. It will be permanently operating and is designed, among other things, to service passengers of cruise ships. The remaining 8 terminals are planned to be seasonal. They will mainly work with fishermen. "

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