The Queues of Cars at the "Kulata" Border Checkpoint Continue
The queue at the Kulata border checkpoint is almost four kilometers long. From the early hours of the day, a long column forms, in which cars dramatically exceed the number of trucks.
The heavy traffic was until 1 o'clock and started at 6 o'clock on Friday morning. Police remain on duty to prevent traffic jams.
The number of Romanian and Serbian tourists is very large. This leads to a long delay and the border authorities explain the situation - The reason is that the border crossings between Greece and Northern Macedonia are closed.
The rule for random checking of QR codes continues to apply on Friday.
Unlike foreign tourists, there is a lot of tension among Bulgarians caused by the long wait. While crossing the border took 2 hours in the morning, later it took more than 3. Cars move about 15-20 meters in 15 minutes. / Nova Tv
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