Kathmandu: Nepal’s Rashuwagadhi border point with China is to be opened within a week which was halted amid Covid-19 pandemic in January.
The government officials said the border point Rashuwagadhi will be opened as per the mutual agreement reached between the two countries’ border security committees on Wednesday.
“The Rashuwagadhi bridge will come into operation with a few conditions set by the two sides,” said Chief of Rasuwa Customs Office, Punya Bikram Khadka.
According to the accord the Chinese side will bring goods up to the Miteri Bridge after the bridge re-opens.
Rasuwagadhi border point usually sees 250 cargo vehicles carrying goods for import and export on a regular basis.
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