New Ukraine-Romania border crossing point to open in Zakarpattya

Government meeting on April 2, 2024
Government meeting on April 2, 2024
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The Ukrainian government announced opening a new Ukrainian-Romanian border crossing point at Bila Tserkva—Sighetu Marmației in Zakarpattya, Ukraine’s Prime Minister, Denys Shmyhal, said on Telegram on April 2.

“Ukraine and Romania are building an extremely beneficial partnership, and we aim to continuously deepen it,” he said.

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Ukraine plans to establish nine new border crossing points and modernize an additional 13 along the western direction, Shmyhal said. These measures are expected to create more opportunities for Ukrainian exports and accelerate integration into the European Union.

Ukraine’s Cabinet of Ministers approved a project agreement between Ukraine and Romania in August 2023 regarding the construction of the new border crossing point at Bila Tserkva—Sighetu Marmație in Zakarpattya.

It will primarily serve freight vehicles.

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