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Uzbekistan may revise int’l road haulage deal with Azerbaijan

Tashkent, Uzbekistan, Dec.

18 By Diana Aliyeva – Trend: Uzbekistan plans to reconsider the existing agreements and sign new ones for international road haulage with countries along the routes that ensure access of Uzbek goods to foreign markets and to the oceans of the world, the norma.uz portal reported.

Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, China, Spain, Iran, France, Estonia are among these countries, according to the report. To this end, a package of documents is currently being developed by the Uzbek Agency for Road and River Transport in conjunction with interested ministries and departments. The purpose of adopting these regulatory and legal documents is to improve business environment for road haulers, especially those that ensure access for Uzbek goods to international markets.

Uzbek national haulers will be allowed to transport cargo through the Kamchik Pass, regardless of the life of trucks. It is planned to exempt foreign haulers crossing the state border of Uzbekistan with Tajikistan from additional fees for entry and transit, established in 2008. It is planned to carry out a set of measures to implement the agreement on creating favorable conditions for international road haulage among the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) member states.

The rules for transporting cargo by road in Uzbekistan will be amended. This is related to the implementation of the agreement on international transportation of perishable foodstuffs. Filling stations located along the international highways of Uzbekistan will be provided with fuel which meets Euro 4 emissions standards or higher.

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