Minister: Poland and Russia may soon reach a compromise on cargo

Minister: Poland and Russia may soon reach a compromise on cargo


Negotiations over permits for cargo transportation, which started on 1 February in Warsaw, held on 3 February with the participation of Deputy Ministers of the two countries.

MOSCOW, 3 Feb –. The Polish side hopes to find a compromise with Russian about a new agreement on transportation in the near future, said Minister of infrastructure and construction of the Republic of Andrzej adamczyk, who was quoted by Polish Radio.

Negotiations over permits for cargo transportation, which started on 1 February in Warsaw, held on Wednesday with participation of Deputy Ministers of the two countries.

Adamczyk reported that the talks, expected to end Wednesday night or Thursday.

“The negotiations are difficult, but we remember that in 2011 the negotiations were long. Now we have entered the next stage of the negotiations. We hope that today or tomorrow they will be completed,” said adamczyk journalists.

According to him, it is likely that “the Russian side is ready to a great extent to accept the Polish proposal.”

The Ministry of transport earlier reported that Poland refused to give Russia a concrete proposal for the exchange permissions for 2016 for trucking between the countries. From February 1, Russian truckers are not able to return to Russia via Poland and the Polish — transit through the Russian Federation from-for absence of new agreements on the definition of quotas and permits autotransportations between Russia and Poland and in third countries.