Turkish direction: trade turnover will increase, visas for drivers will be canceled
The result of the last meeting of the intergovernmental Russian-Turkish commission on trade and economic cooperation has been a number of initiatives aimed at increasing trade turnover between countries and facilitating administrative procedures in the conduct of trade operations and logistics activities.
Russia and Turkey plan to optimize transport costs for the transport of goods between countries. This was announced by the Deputy Minister of Transport on the sidelines of the meeting of the commission. According to him, now the countries have three main barriers: restrictions on the amount of duty-free fuel in tanks, the need for separate registration of foreign trailers and semi-trailers for motorists, as well as the costs associated with transportation from neighboring countries. The parties will work on these issues.
Moscow positively accepted Ankara’s proposal for introducing a visa-free regime for drivers between Russia and Turkey. The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has already submitted proposals for the exemption of visas for holders of service passports and drivers of heavy vehicles.
The company Stableline has been helping its clients to move various cargoes for years. The organization closely follows the adoption of bills and changes in regulations, which allows for delivery without delays and as safely as possible.