Uzbekistan, Romania Sign Agreement On Transit Cargo Transportation

(MENAFN- Trend News Agency) TASHKENT, Uzbekistan, April 3. Uzbekistan andRomania reached an agreement that bilateral and transit cargotransportation between two the countries will be carried outwithout the need to obtain permits from April 2024, Trend reports.

According to Uzbekistan's Ministry of Transport, the documentwas signed at a meeting of the joint Uzbek-Romanian commission onroad transportation in Bucharest (Romania).

At the meeting, the sides discussed the development ofinternational freight transportation by road and the creation ofadditional favorable conditions for national carriers in thisprocess.

Meanwhile, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan have simplified obtainingpermits for road freight transportation.

Thus, from April 15, a joint order of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistanwill come into force on the transfer to an electronic form ofobtaining permits for the transportation of goods of the type"to/from third countries" for Kazakh carriers.

From March 28 to April 15 of this year, Uzbek permit forms ofthe type "to/from third countries" will be issued in paper form atthe border, and from April 15 in electronic form also at theborder.


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