Nepal has decided to reopen its second border point with China after five months to supply construction materials and essential materials for hydroelectric and airport projects. This information has been given in a media news.
Nepal closed its two borders with China on 29 January to prevent the outbreak of the corona virus epidemic. The Tatopani border point was opened on April 8 to bring medicines and health equipment from China.
According to the Kathmandu Post news, both countries have agreed to resume one-way traffic towards Nepal via the Rasuwagadhi border. According to the news, the last date for reopening the border has not been set yet.
Rasuva Chief District Officer Hari Prasad Pant said that on Wednesday the Nepal-China Friendship Bridge (Maitree Bridge) was discussed to reopen the border point between officials of the two countries. So far, 12,309 cases of coronavirus have been reported in Nepal and 28 people have died.