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40-50 trucks waiting along Kulata checkpoint

14. February 2010. | 09:30

Source: Focus

The other checkpoints on Bulgarian-Greek border are operating normally.

Kulata-Promachonas border checkpoint is still closed for trucks.

At the moment, cars, buses and mini buses are crossing the border freely.

The other checkpoints on Bulgarian-Greek border are operating normally, Commissary Todor Georgiev, head of the Border Police Regional Directorate -Smolyan told FOCUS News Agency.

About 40-50 trucks are waiting along the checkpoint but some of them redirect to the other checkpoints.
The trucks have been allowed using the border for a short time.

There is no information for how long the blockages will last. The border checkpoint was closed for trucks at 8.30am.

The car traffic through Kapitan Andreevo border checkpoint was restored at 4.00pm. It was redirected to via Lesovo checkpoint over overflowing of Kalamanitsa River along the road to Kapitan Andreervo.


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