The highway bridge was built through a joint venture between China and Russia. © TASS/Getty Images
The highway bridge was built through a joint venture between China and Russia. © TASS/Getty Images

China-Russia bridge will increase cargo traffic ten-fold

21 August 2019

China and Russia have built the first road bridge between the two countries, connecting the trading cities Heihe and Blagoveshchensk. 

The bridge, which runs over the Amur river/Heilongjiang river, is part of a 12.4 mile highway project aimed at boosting economic links between China and Russia. 

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