Kazakhstan • 14 February, 2020

Checkpoints on the border with Russia to be reconstructed

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By 2025, the Committee of highways of the Ministry of industry and infrastructure development plans to modernize 27 checkpoints on the Kazakh-Russian border. The project is expected to be implemented in five stages.

Today, there are 30 checkpoints on the border of Kazakhstan and Russia, 17 of which are multilateral and 13 are bilateral. The Commission consisting of representatives of the Ministry of industry and infrastructure development of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Border Service of the national security Committee assessed the technical condition of the existing checkpoints and based on the results of the inspection, taking into account the load and capacity, identified 27 checkpoints that require reconstruction.

At the same time, at the forum of interregional cooperation between Kazakhstan and Russia held in November last year, a joint action Program was signed between the Ministry of industry and infrastructure development of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation on the operation of checkpoints on the Kazakh-Russian state border.

According to the document, it is planned to analyze the status of existing checkpoints and develop a Road map for the development of checkpoints across the Kazakh-Russian state border for the period from 2020 to 2025.

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