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Electronic Queue at Border with Poland to Be Commissioned in Belarus

08 january

# Market News

Starting from 01 January 2024, an electronic queue waiting area will begin to operate on the Belarusian-Polish border in front of the Kozlovichi border crossing point. This was communicated by the State Customs Committee of Belarus.

The new facility is designed for 140 vehicles, but the Customs Committee reported that they plan to expand its capacity in the future to 500-700 vehicles.The electronic queue waiting area is divided into two parts: the rear area of the Brest-Beltamozhservice-2 TLC and the Severnaya parking area.

However, there is no electronic queue system at Kozlovichi border crossing point yet, since the Council of Ministers of Belarus decided to extend the project implementation period time frame until 2025.

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