Source Pravda.Ru

No More Transit Charges Between Russia and Kyrgyzstan

First Deputy Transport Minister of Russia Anatoly Nasonov and Transport and Communication Minister of Kyrgyzstan Kubanchbek Zhumaliev signed an international automobile transit agreement yesterday. As the press service of the Russian Transport Ministry reported, all cargo transit between the two countries would be exempt from any transit charges or special permits. From now on the vehicles can circulate freely. The above agreement would promote further cooperation between Russia and Kyrgyzstan in the field of automobile transportation making it mutually beneficial for both parties.

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