The Russian frontier-guards who serve at the Tajik-Afghan border have given open passage to 77 tons of humanitarian cargoes to Afghanistan. As a RIA Novosti correspondent was told in the press service of the Russian frontier-guards in Tajikistan, on Sunday, at the Farkhor-Kokhul check-point the humanitarian cargo from international humanitarian organisation passed towards Afghanistan. Seventy-seven tons of wheat were handed over to the population of the northern provinces of Afghanistan.
The press service also reported that the servicemen at the Tem-Rechnoi check-point in the section of the Khorog frontier detachment gave open passage from Tajikistan to Afghanistan to thirty-six builders and four ferries with materials and equipment for the construction of an automobile bridge across the Panj River.
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