Only “one stop” to be at Belarusian border now
A principle of “one stop” is being introduced at check-points at the Belarusian border. It is done to simplify the procedure of crossing the border for Belarusian citizens.
According to the head of the State Committee of frontier troops Colonel Ihar Rachkouski, it is planned that people will be able to go through the procedure of border and customs supervision at one check-point.
Other innovations include crossing the border out of turn for participants and invalids of World War II. People will also be able to wait for inspectors in their cars. Buses with children and tourists are planned to be validated without people having to leave the vehicles.