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Old June 4th, 2013, 11:01 PM   #7701
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I don't know, I've never driven there.

It is Italians' fault though, the path on the Slovenian side didn't change.
Maybe Slovenes made it wrong in the first place, Italian made it right but changed afterwards to accomodate for the error of those poor, incapable-of-building-a-road-the-right-way Slovenes
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Old June 4th, 2013, 11:22 PM   #7702
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Easy... some people might believe you.
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Old June 5th, 2013, 01:34 AM   #7703
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haha I can see fight going on ........ who am I supporting????
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Old June 5th, 2013, 01:49 AM   #7704
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Isn't that bikepath build along a former railroad track anyway?
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Old June 5th, 2013, 02:24 AM   #7705
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In place of it, yes.
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Old June 5th, 2013, 03:31 AM   #7706
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actually way on the italian side was turning right because it was leading to some path along the border line... you can see it on the satellite view.

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Old June 7th, 2013, 03:30 PM   #7707
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Exactly in the middle of the border between Greece and Turkey.

Kipi/Ipsala border crossing, over the river Evros/Meric

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Old June 7th, 2013, 04:35 PM   #7708
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Reminds me of the Spanish Guarda Civil crossing into Gibraltar (British) waters the whole time. British police and navy spend a lot of time chasing them away. There has even been a collision once between British and Spanish police boats in the heat of the argument.


It happens also between Moroccan patrols and Spanish ones in Sebta/Ceuta and Melilla:

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La entrada de una patrullera marroquí se produjo por una acción contra el narcotráfico




07.06.13 - 01:38 - EFE | MELILLA.




La Delegación del Gobierno en Melilla justificó ayer que una patrullera marroquí se introdujera en la dársena pesquera de la ciudad como una acción que se incluye en el marco de colaboración que hay entre España y Marruecos para luchar contra las mafias del narcotráfico y de la inmigración. En un comunicado, la Delegación informó de que, pasada la medianoche del martes al miércoles, una patrullera marroquí, que venía persiguiendo una lancha a motor, se adentró «prudentemente» en la dársena pesquera de Melilla.
Tras dar aviso a la Guardia Civil, según relata la Delegación del Gobierno, dos de los tres gendarmes que componían la tripulación de la embarcación marroquí bajaron a tierra «para intercambiar información y solicitar cooperación a la Guardia Civil», dentro del marco de colaboración que existe entre los dos países.
Tras dialogar con los agentes españoles, los gendarmes y la embarcación marroquí abandonaron el territorio español. La Guardia Civil ha abierto un expediente administrativo por una posible infracción contra el ocupante de la lancha que estaba siendo perseguida por los agentes marroquíes, un embarcación que ha sido requisada y está bajo la custodia del instituto armado. Asimismo, se han abierto unas diligencias preventivas que han sido trasladadas a la autoridad judicial, por si se considera conveniente algún tipo de actuación judicial contra el conductor o propietario de la embarcación.


http://www.diariosur.es/v/20130607/melilla/entrada-patrullera-marroqui-produjo-20130607.html




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Old June 7th, 2013, 04:47 PM   #7709
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Briefly in English:

Moroccan police goes on ship to fight drug smuggling. They do not advice they had entered into the port of Melilla.

Both, smugglers and Moroccan officers arrive to the port and are stopped by Spanish police. Two out of three Moroccan officers (I suppose that all except ship driver who remained there) went into the port and gave explanations to the Spanish police.

Moroccan officers went back after explanations and returned home in the same ship.

Smugglers were arrested and faced to the judge.


Hard to make it easier for this kind of actions...
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Old June 7th, 2013, 10:15 PM   #7710
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Border between Brazil and France

Works on brazilian side starts in the next 120 days.

A very interesting video here:
http://g1.globo.com/ap/amapa/noticia...-no-amapa.html

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Ponte de R$ 61 milhões aguarda inauguração há dois anos no Amapá

Estrutura que liga o Estado à Guiana Francesa está pronta há dois anos.

Segundo governo, previsão é que ponte comece a funcionar em 2014.



A ponte Binacional, que vai ligar o Amapá à Guiana Francesa, apesar de estar pronta desde junho de 2011, ainda não foi inaugurada. De acordo com o secretário de transportes do estado do Amapá, Bruno Mineiro, é necessário construir um posto de fiscalização no lado brasileiro da ponte, em Oiapoque, antes da inauguração. No total, a obra custou R$ 61.296.347,09.

"Não podemos inaugurar porque temos que esperar a conclusão da obra da aduana. Temos que fazer o asfaltamento que sai de Oiapoque e vai até o pátio, que totaliza 1,38 km. Se fizermos a obra antes da aduana ser entregue, nós teremos de refazê-la", afirma.

Segundo Mineiro, a construção da aduana é de responsabilidade do Departamento Nacional de Infraestrutura de Transportes (Dnit).
De acordo com nota enviada pelo DNIT, a alfândega está sendo construída somente agora porque no processo licitatório inicial não houve interessados devido à localização do empreendimento. O órgão afirma também que realizou novo processo de licitação, concluído recentemente. E que atualmente a empresa está desenvolvendo o projeto executivo para, depois, executar a obra.

"Por enquanto o projeto executivo da construção da aduana está em fase de elaboração e pode levar 60 dias. Após isso, ele será encaminhado ao Dnit para que seja dada a aprovação final, que pode levar mais 60 dias. Só após a aprovação é que as obras começam. Depois de pronta, nós finalizaremos o asfaltamento, tanto do acesso quanto do pátio, o que totaliza uma extensão de 1, 38 km. Se nós iniciarmos algo agora, mais tarde teremos que refazer o serviço", afirma Mineiro.

De acordo com o secretário, serão necessários pelo menos quatro meses até o início das obras. "A previsão para que a aduana esteja pronta é de 544 dias. O processo iniciou em abril de 2013 e deve terminar em setembro de 2014", diz.

A construção da aduana está orçada em R$ 13.695.000,00. O estado do Amapá vai repassar aproximadamente R$ 4 milhões.

A previsão é que Anvisa, Polícia Rodoviária Federal, Polícia Federal, Ibama, Receita Federal e Receita Estadual atuem na aduana.
Segundo o secretário, no lado da Guiana, as instalações já estão prontas. Agora está sendo discutida a questão legal, relacionada ao tráfego de veículos. "Mesmo que o lado brasileiro já estivesse concluído, teríamos dificuldades na passagem de veículos. Hoje ainda temos um gargalo nesse sentido", explicou.
http://g1.globo.com/ap/amapa/noticia...-no-amapa.html
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Old June 8th, 2013, 02:49 AM   #7711
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Kipi/Ipsala border crossing, over the river Evros/Meric
This is not a border crossing.
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Old June 8th, 2013, 10:35 AM   #7712
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What do you mean? I don't get you. The picture is taken from the middle of the bridge of Evros between Greece and Turkey border stations.
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Old June 8th, 2013, 11:12 AM   #7713
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This is not a border crossing.
It is a river border crossing.....
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Old June 8th, 2013, 02:46 PM   #7714
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Moroccan police goes on ship to fight drug smuggling. They do not advice they had entered into the port of Melilla.

Both, smugglers and Moroccan officers arrive to the port and are stopped by Spanish police. Two out of three Moroccan officers (I suppose that all except ship driver who remained there) went into the port and gave explanations to the Spanish police.

Moroccan officers went back after explanations and returned home in the same ship.

Smugglers were arrested and faced to the judge.

Hard to make it easier for this kind of actions...
There was this case a few months ago where apparently a few Guarda Civil officers on duty actually got arrested by British police. I'll look up the article...
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Old June 8th, 2013, 03:46 PM   #7715
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From my point of view.... it is a border scene taken from a border crossing (bridge)

Isn't it?
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Old June 8th, 2013, 08:53 PM   #7716
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It's a border, but not a crossing point (unless you're illegal)
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Old June 8th, 2013, 10:54 PM   #7717
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Alserrod is to the point! I'm on the border crossing but the picture shows just the border
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Old June 8th, 2013, 11:42 PM   #7718
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I guess you could ask in the custom office to cross the river with your passport, indeed...
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Old June 9th, 2013, 10:16 PM   #7719
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Border between Brazil and France

Works on brazilian side starts in the next 120 days.
Brazil has the slowest bureaucracy in the world. Abolishing visas between Brazil and Serbia is taking forever because the treaty needs to go through parliamentary procedure which involves around 20 moves through various committees, hearings, reports, votes, ratifications, signatures So I can only imagine how long it takes to approve building a bridge.
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Old June 10th, 2013, 08:09 PM   #7720
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czech company tears down all abandoned border checkpoints in burgenland:

http://www.ots.at/presseaussendung/O...ang-abgerissen
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