Moldova. Update. Regime of transportation in terms of COVID 19 pandemis as of 8th July 2020

08.07.2020

"Costesti-Stynka" border-crossing point of the Moldovan-Romanian border will reopen.

On July 8 2020, Traffic will be restored from 8 o'clock for both cargo carriers and passengers, but in terms of the certain traffic restrictions imposed during the pandemic.

Let us remind that currently 24 border-crossing points are open for the movement.

On the border with Romania:
Leuseni-Albita BCP (road/ international);
Skuleni-Skuleni BCP (road / international);
Costesti – Stynca BCP (road / international);
Ungheni – Iasi BCP (railway / international);
Giurgiulesti - Galati BCP (road / international);
Giurgiulesti- Galati BCP (railway / international);
Giurgiulesti BCP (sea, road, railway / international).

On the border with Ukraine:
Otachi-Moghilev-Podolsk BCP (road/ international);
Tudora-Starokazachye BCP (road/ international;
Palanсa-Maiaki - Udobnoe BCP (road/ international);
Mirnoye- Tabaki BCP (road/ international);
Briceni-Rossoshany BCP (road/ international);
Criva - Mamalyga BCP (road/ international);
Criva-Mamalyga BCP (railway / international);
Giurgiulesti-Reni BCP (road/ international);
Giurgiulesti-Reni BCP (railway / international);
Oknitsa - Sokiryany BCP (road/ international);
Oknitsa -Sokiryany BCP (railway / international);
Larga-Kelmentsy BCP (road/ international);
Larga-Kelmentsy BCP (railway / international);
Valcinet-Mogilev-Podolsk BCP (railway/ international);
Etulia- Fricatei BCP (rail / international);
Basarabeasca - Serpneve BCP (road/ international);
Pervomaisk-Kuchurgan BCP (road/ international).

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Permanent Secretaritat of the IGC TRACECA