Russia preparing amendments on transit of Ukrainian cargoes to Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan
Almaty. April 29. KazTAG - Russia is preparing amendments on transit of Ukrainian cargoes to Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, reports TASS.
"The Government of Russia plans to bring amendments in other legislative acts concerning import to Russia and transit of cargoes from the territory of Ukraine to Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan under performance of the rules of navigation sealing and accounting," said Sergey Prikhodko, first deputy head of the department of the Government of Russia.
He said by the results of applications of Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan transit transportation from Ukraine have been allowed for the priority list of industrial goods.
“At the same time, a prerequisite is compliance with the procedure for carrying out such transportation established by presidential decree of January 1, 2016 through certain stationary and mobile control points at road and railway stations. The decree is valid until July 1, 2019, ” Prikhodko added.
On April 5, it was reported that Russia won the WTO dispute with Ukraine over the transit of goods to Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. Due to the fact that neither Kiev nor Moscow, did not object to the decision of the WTO arbitration, on April 26 it officially entered into force. On April 27, it was reported that the United States declared the decision of the WTO on the dispute between Russia and Ukraine on the transit of goods to Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan was unconvincing.
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