New Laos-Vietnam shared border crossings soon


A sunset at Luang Prabang on the banks of Mekong River, Laos. Luang Prabang, located aside the Mekong River, was listed by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation as a world heritage in 1995. — Xinhua

Vientiane: Laos and Vietnam are preparing to upgrade two more local crossing points to official border crossings to facilitate international visits between them.

The facilities to be upgraded are the Pa Hang-Long Sap crossing point between Laos’ Huaphan province and Vietnam’s Thanh Hoa province, and the Dak Ta-ok-Nam Giang crossing point between Xekong and Quang Nam provinces.

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