Inhabitants of San Antonio del Táchira, Ureña and the rest of the region and the productive sector told La Nación that a few days after the reopening of the Las Tienditas binational bridge, they do not know what the passage of private vehicles and public transport will be like, which rules will govern it and what role will the Simón Bolívar and Francisco de Paula Santander bridges play
Vice President Delcy Rodríguez participated in a videoconference to refine details for the resumption of the passage through the Las Tienditas binational bridge, scheduled for January 1, according to The nation of the Tachira.
Through the Twitter account of the Vice Presidency, Rodríguez stressed that he continues the guidelines of the ruler Nicolás Maduro, but did not give details of the progress of the work.
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The rules regarding how the total reopening of the border will be, announced by Colombia and Venezuela, for the beginning of 2023, are still not clear. However, arrangements are perceived on the façade of the crossing.
The inhabitants of San Antonio del Táchira, Ureña and the rest of the region, as well as the productive sector, are waiting for the guidelines regarding the total reactivation to be announced, reported The nation.
Up to now, the question that they expose the most is what the passage of private vehicles and public transport will be like, what regulations will govern it and what role the Simón Bolívar and Francisco de Paula Santander bridges, the most emblematic, will play.
#In pictures || Following the guidelines of Pdte. @NicolasMadurothis Tuesday the Vice President. @delcyrodriguezvled a work videoconference to refine details for the upcoming reopening of the Las Tienditas Binacional bridge.#27Dec pic.twitter.com/eR35OahHGi
— Vzla Vice Presidency (@ViceVenezuela) December 28, 2022
On December 14, the governor of the state of Táchira, Freddy Bernal, inspected the adaptation works of the infrastructure of the Las Tienditas Binational Bridge, in which he ratified that on January 1, 2023, the inauguration of this international road crossing will take place. .
The governor of the Andean entity, pointed out that on January 1, 2023, “without excuses, the pedestrian crossing, motorized vehicles, private vehicles, public transport and merchandise are planned”, before which they have been in execution with meetings to also adapt administrative and customs procedures for the normalization of the passage.
At the beginning of the month, the Colombian ambassador to Venezuela, Armando Benedetti, reported that as of December 15, the Las Tienditas bridge, located between Norte de Santander and Táchira, would be enabled “after the Venezuelan government finished completing the infrastructure to activate it. ».
Via TwitterBenedetti affirmed that “the government of Gustavo Petro continues to promote economic and social integration.”
Sources from the Colombian Embassy explained to the news agency EFE newswhich as of December 15 would begin a “gradual” process for the transit of vehicles, a process that began on September 26 with the opening of the border through the Simón Bolívar Bridge for the passage of cargo trucks.
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