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Tunduma-Nakonde Border Post

Trade Mark Southern Africa - SADC

The border post at Tunduma – Nakonde is one of the border crossings that have been identified as important for improving border management efficiency. The border crossing experienced problems which can be attributed to deficiencies and capacity difficulties in the existing regulatory, management and administrative environments as well the state of physical facilities at the border. Tunduma – Nakonde is between the United Republic of Tanzania and Zambia and it handles traffic from Dar es Salaam to Zambia and DR Congo and vice versa. One of the main benefits of a one stop border post is the enhancement of operational efficiency of the border post which will lead to faster transit times(or reduced waiting times at the border), which will in turn lower the costs of trading. The governments of Tanzania and Zambia are committed to implement a comprehensive programme that would develop legal, operational and institutional arrangements required for the operation an efficient one stop border crossing at Nakonde/Tunduma.

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Catégories: Transport, Tanzanie, Zambie, République démocratique du Congo

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