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A truck jam formed on the border with China in Transbaikalia

A truck jam formed on the border with China in Transbaikalia
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A truck jam formed on the border with China at the Zabaykalsk MAPP. There are 63 heavy vehicles, their number is gradually decreasing.

This was reported in the press service of the regional government with reference to the deputy government of Transbaikalia Mikhail Churkin. During the day, 26 trucks were able to pass the border. Now fewer trucks cross the border than before. Only cars carrying medical supplies and humanitarian aid, as well as vegetables, are allowed in.

In June, Chinese authorities warned the Trans-Baikal Territory government of their intention reduce truck passes across the border. For a week, three truckers who arrived from the Russian region were diagnosed with coronavirus.

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