Russia receives documents from Kiev to continue transit of goods through Ukrainian territory

As reported by the Association of International Road Carriers, Russia received documents from Kiev approving the transit of goods through Ukraine.

The Association noted that the documents have several limitations. In particular, the approval does not include cargo transportation through Ukraine to Italy or Turkey, and some of the permits are not valid for delivery of cargo to Germany.

Carriers can get permits in designated offices. The Association of International Road Carriers recommends that drivers and logistics companies obtain information about the availability of necessary documents in advance.

After a number of protests in several regions of Ukraine resulting in the blocking of Russian trucks, movement throughout the country was resumed. Since February 25th, cargo transport has been resumed both in Ukraine and in Russia. 

  Russia, Ukraine, transit