In order to further consolidate the results of boundary demarcation, to continuously improve the level of border management and service, and to maintain the harmony and stability of the border society, from May 27 to May 28, the Lishui Civil Affairs Bureau and the Quzhou Civil Affairs Bureau went deep into the border areas of the two cities to carry out the joint inspection of the "Quli Line" on the spot.
The boundary of the joint inspection is numbered as 330811005, which is located at the intersection of Dukeng Village, Xiqiao Township, Suichang County, and Laijia Village, Lingyang Township, Qianjiang District, and Hongfu Village, Tangyuankou Township, Jiangshan City. The boundary pillar was originally a simple pile of iron pillar stone. In order to further standardize the boundary pile setting and clear boundary mark, the two cities Lishui and Quzhou buried a new standard boundary pile in the original position in November 2014. On the day of the joint inspection, the heavy rain fell, and the joint inspection team took more than two hours of climbing and wading through the rain. They climbed to the boundary point numbered 330811005 at an altitude of 1257 meters. According to the contents of the field work of the joint inspection, the group redrawn the text of the boundary pile, diminished the grass in surrounding areas and repaired damaged parts etc.
The “Quli Line” has a total length of 155 kilometers. There are 9 boundary pillars and 7 boundary pillars in the field. It involves 17 townships in 4 countries (cities, district), such as Zhedaikou Town, Suichang County, Lishui, Xiqiao Township, Huangshayao Town, Hushan Township, Jinzhu Town, Gaoping Township, Yingcun Township, Beijie Town, Zhangcun Township in Jiangshan city, Quzhou, Tangyuankou Township, Lingyang Township, Qujiang District, Jucun Township, Dazhou Town, Longyou County, Muchen She Township, Street Township and Sheyang Township.
In the next step, Lishui City will continue to take the lead in the joint inspection of the “Quli Line” to ensure the smooth completion of the joint inspection tasks on time and to maintain the long-term stability of the border. (Civil Affairs Bureau, Ye Shan)