Ukraine and Turkey continued visa-free transportation

Supply Chain Management
Regulation & Compliances
Published Mar 2, 2024

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Ukraine and Turkey have agreed to extend their 'transport visa-free' agreement until the end of the ongoing war. The agreement, facilitated by the Ukrainian Ministry of Community Development, Territories and Infrastructure and the Turkish Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure, aims to liberalize cargo transportation between the two nations. The deal was initially signed following the start of the full-scale war by Russia against Ukraine. Road transport accounts for 15% of all exports from Ukraine to Turkey, while nearly 60% of goods imported to Ukraine by Turkish companies are transported by road.
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Ukraine and Turkey signed an agreement that extended "transport visa-free" between the two countries until the end of the war. This was announced by the Deputy Prime Minister for Reconstruction - the Minister of Community Development, Territories and Infrastructure Oleksandr Kubrakov. The initiators of the agreement were the Ministry of Community Development, Territories and Infrastructure of Ukraine, as well as the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure of Turkey. The bilateral agreement liberalizes cargo transportation between the countries. The parties signed the initial version of the agreement after the beginning of the full-scale war of the Russian Federation against Ukraine. Oleksandr Kubrakov emphasized that the liberalization of freight transportation is an example of decision-making based on real indicators of the positive impact of bilateral transportation. I am grateful to my Turkish colleagues for constructive cooperation for the development of the economies of both ...
Source: Agropolit
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