Chop–Tysa

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Chop–Tysa[1] is a land border crossing between Ukraine and Hungary on the Ukrainian side, near the village of Solomonovo, Uzhhorod Raion, Zakarpattia Oblast.

Cho –Tysa
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CountryUkraine
LocationSolomonovo, Uzhhorod Raion, Zakarpattia Oblast
Coordinates48°25′06″N 22°10′13″E / 48.418431°N 22.170222°E / 48.418431; 22.170222Coordinates: 48°25′06″N 22°10′13″E / 48.418431°N 22.170222°E / 48.418431; 22.170222
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HoursOpen 24 Hours
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The crossing is situated on Highway M06. Across the border on the Hungarian side is the town of Zahony, Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg County, Northern Great Plain.

The type of crossing is automobile. The types of transportation for automobile crossings are passenger and freight. Pedestrian and bicycle movement is closed.[2]

The port of entry is part of the Tysa customs post of Chop customs.

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