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January 25, 2022

New border crossing point with Hungary to become operational when A 1 and M43 motorways connect

The Government adopted, on 1 July 2015, a memorandum for the signing of a bilateral agreement between Romania and Hungary on opening a new border crossing point between the two states.

The new border crossing point will connect Romania to Hungary via the A1 and M43 motorways that will meet, between the localities of Nadlac (Romania) and Csanadpalota (Hungary).

The new crossing point will help the international persons and goods traffic and will introduce a weight limit of 7.5 tons for the traffic through the Nadlac-Nagylak point.

The document that is currently in force is the Agreement signed in Bucharest, on 21 December 2006, for the implementation of the Convention between Romania and the Republic of Hungary on the control of road and rail traffic, signed in Bucharest, on 27 April 2004.





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