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China's easternmost checkpoint reopened
China’s easternmost checkpoint resumed work yesterday after a seasonal closure.
International passenger and freight transportation through this checkpoint linking Fuyuan County of Heilongjiang Province in Northeast China and the Russian Khabarovsk were also resumed. On Tuesday at 7: 40 in the morning, the first batch of ferries with more than 200 Russian tourists arrived at the Fuyuan River Station.
Fuyuan County is located on the same side of the Amur River with Khabarovsk in 65 km from it along the water route. Travel time on high-speed motor ships is only one hour. The Fuyuan checkpoint is a passenger and cargo checkpoint in Russia. Its annual cargo turnover reaches 2 million tons. In connection with the freeze-up of the checkpoint, Fuyuan operates annually from May to October, reports russian.people.com.cn