The Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine and the Ministry of Infrastructure and Development of Poland have reached an agreement on the abolition of permits for all carriers engaged in international transportation of fuel.

Fuel delivery

This is reported by the railway magazine Railway Supply with reference to the press service of the department.

According to Infrastructure Minister Alexander Kubrakov, Russian missile strikes on oil refineries and oil depots have created a critical situation on the fuel market.

“The goal of the team of the Ministry of Infrastructure in these conditions is the complete liberalization of international freight traffic to solve this problem. The new rules have already entered into force, and both Ukrainian and Polish carriers can take advantage of them. I am grateful to the Polish side for constructive work,” the official commented.

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