RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "The Argentine delegation reported that the proposal to reopen this safe corridor meets all requirements and that it has decided to conduct the necessary administrative procedures for its prompt implementation and respond in the coming days to Paraguay's requirements," said the Paraguayan Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
According to the Paraguayan Information Agency (IP), the border crossing points to be reopened link the cities of Puerto Falcón-Clorinda, Alberdi-Formosa and Nanawa-Clorinda.
The coordination of the Border Neighborhood Traffic (TVF) system for residents of border cities was also continued, which requires the consolidation of . . .