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The head of the Amur region proposes to shorten the control time at Russian checkpoints

BLAGOVESCHENSK, July 5 – RIA Novosti. The head of the Amur Region, Vasily Orlov, at an off-site meeting of the Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, proposed to shorten the control time at the checkpoints of the Russian Federation, introduce digital tools and transfer some of them. 24 hour checkpoints.

Orlov attended an off-site meeting in Khabarovsk, which was held by Nikolai Patrushev, Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, and Yuri Trutnev, Deputy Prime Minister, Presidential Plenipotentiary Ambassador for the Far Eastern Federal District. The Governor of the Amur Region noted that nine checkpoints have been established in the region, of which only five are currently in operation.

“Since 2020, the situation regarding freight traffic on the Russian-Chinese state border in the context of the pandemic has become quite complex for us. In this context, the temporary and material losses of Russian companies have increased, and as a result, the cost of goods for the end consumer has increased. Ensuring uninterrupted international transportation and price stability “We proposed to reduce the regulatory requirements for border, customs and other types of state control at the checkpoints of the Russian Federation, to introduce modern digital tools at the state level in this work, as well as the transfer of some points to 24-hour mode of operation,” he said.

At the meeting, it was stated that 58 out of a total of 80 checkpoints operate in the Far East, more than 80% of cargo traffic passes through 12 checkpoints, and their reconstruction is a priority.

In addition, at the meeting, issues of public, state and economic security in the current international situation were discussed. The results of the implementation of the resolution of the Security Council of Russia “On the modernization of the socio-economic sphere of the border municipalities” were discussed.

Participants also discussed energy security issues, including the depreciation of energy infrastructure and the existence of isolated energy zones with autonomous generation powered by imported fuel. Priorities include gasifying the region, ensuring industrial security and anti-terrorism protection of fuel and power facilities, and seeking new markets for energy resources.

Source: Ria

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