Thursday, 10 July 2014

Nann Taw border checkpoint slated for upgrade

The Nann Taw checkpoint, located at Muse Myanmar-China border, is slated for upgrade and the Shan State government is one of the bidders to carry out the project.

“Currently we expect to make a replacement with a larger building to match our country’s image,” said a Nann Taw official.

The winning bidder would be responsible for designing the building.

“If we can afford the submitted project and the building model is modern, we will grant approval,” said the official.

The border checkpoint is run by the Immigration and National Registration Department. It is tasked to issue border pass and temporary border pass for Muse residents to cross into China.

It presently grants some 10,000 passes per day, including 7,000 temporary border passes.

source: Eleven Myanmar
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