HCMC – Na Hinh border gate in Lang Son Province and Ta Lung border gate in Cao Bang Province have been reopened after suspending their operations due to the Covid-19 pandemic, facilitating immigration and cargo transport between Vietnam and China.
From July 28, freight services between Vietnam and China have been restored at the border gates of Na Hinh-Jao Ai after a two-year Covid-19 hiatus.
The re-opening of the border gates has created favorable conditions for trading activities between Lang Son Province and Guangxi of China.
The resumption of Na Hinh border gate has made it become the sixth operating border gate in Lang Son.
Earlier, the international border gate of Ta Lung connecting Cao Bang Province, Vietnam to China was back to normal operation after a three-year pause due to the pandemic. Around 500 people are now estimated to travel through this border gate every day.
Currently, authorities at Ta Lung border gate have run a software system to facilitate customs procedures, contributing to reducing clearance time and costs for imports and exports.