|Cross-border movements are partially restricted and only importation and exportation of goods and means of transport are allowed. |
Customs examinations are carried out only after the goods and means of transport are properly decontaminated. The goods and means of transport are delivered to the border and inland Customs under police escort. Mongolian drivers are isolated for 14 days. The foreign drivers are also isolated until the cargo is unloaded and they return immediately under strict surveillance.
The Customs inspections are carried out in separate areas classified as red, orange and green. The Customs inspectors use full and half sets of personal protective cloths and equipment. Source: Customs General Administration of Mongolia (as posted on WCO website)
|Coal export through Khangi border checkpoint resumed from 31 March. |
Gashuunsukhait border checkpoint was re-opened on 23 March to restore the coal export. By resuming operation of Khangi border checkpoint, now coal export is being made through four border crossings – Zamyn-Uud, Khangi, Gashuunsukhait and Shiveekhuren. Source: MONTSAME (State-owned news agency) https://montsame.mn/en/read/220647; https://montsame.mn/en/read/220485
|Food product packages shipped from abroad and all shipping trucks and trains carrying them are undergoing proper disinfection. |
Foreign truck drivers are also required to strictly follow necessary guidelines and are allowed to spend as little time as possible in the country when delivering the imported goods and packages.
Border checkpoints where the coal shipment for exports have resumed, are only allowing drivers with personal protective equipment. Source: MONTSAME (State-owned news agency) https://montsame.mn/en/read/220520; https://montsame.mn/en/read/220647