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Truck drivers have to live a month on the border of China and Transbaikalia

Truck drivers have to live a month on the border of China and Transbaikalia
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More than 165 trucks are still idle in traffic on the border of Transbaikalia and China. The Asian side passes only medical supplies, humanitarian aid and vegetables.

According to the press service of the regional government, the situation arose at the Zabaykalsk international automobile checkpoint. Over the past day, 27 trucks crossed the Russian-Chinese border, and the rest continue to stand.

There are also problems with the lack of loading and unloading sites. Now the regional authorities, together with the Chinese side, are working on the issue of reloads on the basis of the border trade complex. This will allow up to 35 cars per day to enter and exit.

Earlier it was reported that due to the threat of the spread of the coronavirus, the authorities of the PRC limited truck admission through MAPP Zabaykalsk. The restrictions began to operate on May 4, the speed of their completion has not yet been determined.

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