Since the beginning of the opening of summer navigation, 2.6 thousand tons of vegetables and fruits, as well as 451 units of equipment, have passed through the Blagoveshchensk customs post.
Cargoes have been arriving in the capital of the Amur Region since June 11. Potatoes, cabbage, tomatoes, sweet peppers, beets, carrots, onions, garlic, pineapples, grapes and other fruits and vegetables were brought from the border Heihe by river transport. These are the first batches of this kind this year, which arrived in Russia through the checkpoints of the Amur region and the Khabarovsk customs. Note that perishable and essential goods are accepted on a priority basis.
The list of arrived special equipment includes dump trucks, loaders, graders, tractors, copters, bulldozers and other construction equipment, according to the Far Eastern Customs Administration.