Banteay Meanchey: Thai authorities open the Poipet-Khlong Leuk international border gate Only one driver and one passenger are allowed to cross the border for one car.
Mr. Ngor Mengchruon, Deputy Governor of Banteay Meanchey Province; Mr. Keang Hul, Governor of Poipet City; Immigration Police and Armed Forces From the procedure to make the trip to Rong Klue Market go smoothly.
Keat Hul, Governor of Poipet City, said: “The Banteay Meanchey Provincial Administration of Cambodia and the Sa Kaeo Provincial Administration of Thailand have agreed to allow Cambodian business people to inspect and collect Their goods at Rong Klue Market from July 15, 2020 onwards.
Checkpoints will be open for five hours daily from 8 a.m., and only 50 vehicles are allowed to pass through each day. On the morning of the first day, only 18 vehicles were involved.
Keat Hul added that the reopening of the border was to facilitate Cambodian traders in bringing their goods back from the Thai market. Poipet. They are not allowed to do any business activities in the market.
He said that before crossing the border, all traders must take strict measures to prevent the spread of Kovid 19 virus. Permission is granted only to Cambodian traders who come in for the purpose of retrieving their goods before returning to Poipet. Traders are barred from participating in the purchase or sale of goods. They also have to register for border entry, and each trader can only arrive in a truck with no more than two people. Once there, they will undergo a medical examination and wear a mask at all times. They will be monitored by the authorities and will not be allowed to leave unless they return to Poipet.
Mr. Ngor Meng Chruon, Deputy Governor of Banteay Meanchey Province, requested the Thai side to increase the time to enter Rong Klue Market until 3 pm to facilitate Documenting and requesting more than two people also attended.
The traders who only have motorcycles also asked for their intervention to get in and out.