Tatopani border point to be reopened from May 29

Kathmandu, April 11: A joint ministerial team of the Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers, Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has recently inspected the construction works at the Nepal-China Tatopani border point.

The point, which has been closed since the devastating earthquakes of 2015, will be reopened from May 29.

Both the Nepali and Chinese governments have deployed their respective technical team to reopen this second largest checkpoint of the country located in Sindhupalchowk district.

Currently, the construction work at Tatopani border of the dry port in Larcha and works related to upgradation of the road are in the final stage.

Similarly, the tasks related to building retaining walls along the Arniko Highway are also going on along with the repairing of the customs office, godown check yard, check posts, bank and residences.

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