RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Businessmen and traders in Puerto Iguazú were anxiously awaiting the reopening today of the Tancredo Neves international bridge (Puerto Iguazú (ARG) -Foz do Iguaçú (BRA)) after 556 days of closure due to the coronavirus pandemic that still affects the planet and the region.
However, after the reopening of the border crossing, Brazilian authorities came to the place to advise that the country would not allow the crossing as a result of observing the sanitary processes taken by Argentina. According to C5N, meetings were being held at the site to try to unblock the situation.
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