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In Blagoveshchensk discussed the organization of transport between checkpoints Blagoveshchensk and Heihe

In Blagoveshchensk, negotiations were held between the working groups of the Amur Region and Heihe City on the organization of cargo and passenger transportation in the autumn-winter period of the 2014 year, the press service of the administration of the Amur region reports.

Representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Economic Relations, Tourism and Entrepreneurship of the region, the Office of the Port Committee of the People’s Government of Heihe City, Russian and Chinese control services and carrier enterprises took part in the talks.

The parties discussed the issues of the completion of cargo and passenger transportation on displacement vessels and the commencement of transportations on air cushion ships (SVP) between the Blagoveshchensk and Heihe check points.

Particular attention was paid to the provision of law and order at the border crossing points in the inter-navigational period, especially in difficult ice conditions, as well as transport security.

It was preliminary determined that from October 29 shipments on hovercraft will begin. However, the parties agreed that in order to ensure the safety of traffic of vessels taking into account the weather conditions and the condition of the river, the relevant services may decide to stop the movement of displacement vessels and the beginning of transport to the SVP at an earlier time.

In this regard, residents and guests of the Amur Region wishing to travel to the city of Heihe, within the specified timeframe, must in advance clarify the situation with transportation in the information service of CJSC Passenger Port AmurASSO.

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