Putin signed a decree regulating the transit of goods from Ukraine to Kazakhstan via Russia

Putin signed a decree regulating the transit of goods from Ukraine to Kazakhstan via Russia


MOSCOW, January 1. The President of Russia Vladimir Putin has signed a decree on measures to ensure economic security and national interests of the Russian Federation for transit of cargoes from Ukraine to Kazakhstan across Russian territory. Relevant document posted Friday on the official portal of legal information.

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“International transit road and rail transport of goods from the territory of Ukraine on the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan through the territory of the Russian Federation are carried out only from the territory of the Republic of Belarus applied to the cargo spaces (compartments) of vehicles and railway rolling stock, premises, containers and other places where are or can be the goods identification means (seals), including operating on the basis of technology global navigation satellite system GLONASS,” – said in the decree.