Control point meeting held

November 16, 2023
Boundary matters
Boundary matters:

Secretary for Security Tang Ping-keung (second left) addresses the task force meeting.

Secretary for Security Tang Ping-keung today chaired a meeting of the task force for the collaboration on planning and development of Hong Kong-Shenzhen control points at the Central Government Offices.


Mr Tang co-chaired the meeting with Shenzhen Vice Mayor Wang Shourui to take forward the relevant work in various boundary control points (BCPs) between the two sides.


He welcomed the arrival of the leaders of the Shenzhen Municipal People’s Government as well as members of the Office of Port of Entry & Exit and other relevant units.


Both sides discussed the functional positioning of the Hong Kong-Shenzhen land-based BCPs and the planning of transport connections.


They also reported the progress of the redevelopment projects at the Huanggang and Sha Tau Kok BCPs, in addition to the transfer of the existing function of fresh food clearance at the Man Kam To BCP.


Concluding the meeting, Mr Tang said both sides agreed to implement the planning of the Greater Bay Area development blueprint to promote the flow of people and goods in the bay area.


They agreed on taking forward a series of measures to enhance the handling capability and clearance facilitation of the BCPs, to give full play to the leading role and knock-on effect of Hong Kong and Shenzhen as the core engines for the bay area development.

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