Ukraine and Russia agreed on resumption of transit transportations since February 25

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The FINANCIAL — Ukraine accepted the proposal of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation to resume transit trucking since the night on February 25, declared the Prime Minister of Ukraine, Arseniy Yatsenyuk on February 24.

In turn, the Minister of Infrastructure, Andriy Pyvovarsky added that Russia and Poland also agreed to exchange quotas for cargo transportation. If Ukraine failed not unlock the transit, it would lose the transit cargo flows, according to APK-Inform.

Also, the Ministry of Transport of Russia published the similar announcement at its web-site.


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