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Bolivia and Chile agree to reopen their borders to goods traffic

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The governments of Bolivia and Chile have agreed this Wednesday to reopen their borders to the traffic of goods and thus allow trucks that were stopped at the borders of each country to have access to pick up import supplies.

According to the agreement reached, the opening hours at the Chungará border will be extended, and coronavirus detection tests will be carried out in both territories, in such a way that it will be necessary to do one when leaving the country and repeat it when entering the other side, according to the newspaper 'La Raz . . .

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