Nepal, China boarder Tatopani transit re-opens
SINDHUPALCHOWK:- The Tatopani transit point between Nepal-China has re-opened formally from Wednesday. Earlier, the transit was reopened on October 5 after it was closed for three months due to flooding.
The Chinese side had closed the transit on October 6 citing detection of COVID-19 infection in some Nepali employees.
Lorries would enter into Nepal only on Thursday although the transit resumed after meeting health guidelines following agreement between Nepal and China, said Lal Bahadur Khatri. Chinese side would bring goods at the custom office in Nepal and Nepali workers are required to transport goods across the border.
Published Date: Wednesday, October 28th, 2020 | 02:21 PM
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