The State Border Committee"s interactive map covers 23 checkpoints on the borders withLithuania,Latvia,PolandandUkraine. New technologies will help the Belarusians and the country"s visitors cross the border as quickly as possible due to a so-called interactive map created by the State Border Committee. Designed to answer the most pressing questions from people who are planning to cross the border, the resource is already available on the State Border Committee"s website. It also allows keeping track of the situation at checkpoints thanks to webcam images updated in the online mode. Currently, the map covers 23 checkpoints on the borders withLithuania,Latvia,PolandandUkraine. Another online service, the "electronic turn" for booking border-crossing time, will be made available soon. The system has already been tested at the Kozlovichi and Kamenny Log checkpoints.