The situation at the border, in the last 24 hours

In the last 24 hours, through the border crossing points, 74,000 persons, Romanian and foreign nationals, crossed the border and more than 30,100 transportation means (out of which 14,400 by freight).

On the entry, approximately 35,600  persons crossed the border on 14,500 transportation means and on the exit, 38,400 persons, respectively 15,600 means of transport.

At the same time, at the border with Hungary, 25,900 persons and 14,700 transportation means proceeded with the formalities, out of which about 11,600 persons with 6,500 transportation means on the entry (6,900 freight cars).

The border police is working at the maximum capacity allowed by the infrastructure of the border crossing points. Currently, the traffic is running smoothly without any waiting times. Next, we recommend to the traffic participants the transit of all border crossing points open to international traffic, to avoid the occurrence of overloads of only some of them.

Information related to the situation of the border crossing points open to the international traffic can be found on the on-line traffic application, which can be accessed at:

In the area of competence – border crossing points and „green area”, the border guards found:

  • 45 illegal deeds (27 crimes and 18 offences) committed by both Romanian and foreign nationals;
  • undeclared goods (were about to entry illegally in the country) were detected independently or in collaboration with other institutions, that exceeded the customs ceiling or suspicious of being counterfeited, amounting to more than RON 700 ;
  • the value of the fines is approximately RON 8,300;
  • 111 foreign nationals were not allowed to enter the country due to the fact that they did not meet the legal provisions and, also, 10 Romanian nationals were not allowed to exit from different legal reasons.

The Romanian Border Police s the specialized state institution which carries out the attributions appertaining to it and referring to the surveillance and control of the crossing of the state border ... read more