A passenger passes through the immigration inspection checkpoint at the Pulan Port in Tibet Autonomous Region, May 1, 2023. (Photo/China News Service)
(ECNS) -- A launching ceremony was held to resume two-way cross-border passenger traffic between China and Nepal at the plaza of China Pulan Port on Monday.
The Pulan Port is located in Pulan County, Ngari (or Ali) Prefecture, Tibet Autonomous Region, bordering India and Nepal.
The port has resumed its cargo trade with Nepal since March 1 this year. The main export goods are cement, steel, shoes, quilts, washing machines and other materials.