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Hungary reopens border crossing point with Slovakia for passenger traffic

Christian Fernsby |
Hungary’s government has decided to reopen the border crossing point of Cered-Tajti for passenger traffic, but only at a limited timetable, the country’s government has announced.

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Topics: HUNGARY   

According to the Spokesperson of the National Police Constabulary, Kristóf Gál the border crossing point between Cered and Tajti will be passable only between 7.00 am, and 9.00 am as well as between 4.00 pm and 6.00 pm, for bilateral passenger traffic, SchengenVisaInfo.com reports.

The decision was revealed on Friday, during a press conference of the Operational Group, which takes responsibilities for the current Coronavirus situation.


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