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Georgia and Ukraine to Reduce Cargo Transit Duty

For the purpose of expansion of transit competitive capacity, Georgia and Ukraine plan to lower cargo transit duty.

Transit cargo duty reduction will be discussed at Georgia-Ukraine negotiations in Batumi. The meeting will discuss cargo transit issues between Europe and Asia.

Deputy Minster of Infrastructure of Ukraine Viktor Dovgan noted at his Facebook page that the negotiations with Ministry of Economyof Georgia will make focus on Europe-Caucasus-Asia transportation map development issues, while Batumi seaport duty reduction issues will be discussed with Batumi Seaport administration.