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2 Jun 2014

Belarus parliament to ratify package of agreements with Mongolia

MINSK, 2 June (BelTA) – Belarusian MPs plan to ratify a package of agreements concerning transportation with Mongolia, the press service of the House of Representatives of the National Assembly of Belarus told BelTA.

Speaking about the need to ratify the Belarusian-Mongolian intergovernmental agreement on transportation by air, the press service noted that the document was signed in Ulaanbaatar on 4 August 2013 and regulates a number of matters, which are a prerogative of every sovereign state.

The agreement determines the number of air carriers from each party and the number of landing locations in each state, determines the volume of liquids allowed for transportation, approves a schedule of flights and transportation rates, acknowledges certificates and licenses, regulates the collection of customs fees, airport fees and other fees and taxes, as well as other matters.

In the near future the Belarusian parliament will have to consider another ratification with regard to the Belarusian-Mongolian intergovernmental agreement on international automobile transportation. The document was signed in Moscow on 10 December 2013. The document is meant to regulate matters concerning international automobile transportation of passengers and cargoes between the two countries and also in transit.

International automobile transportation will be carried out in compliance with the legislation of the host country and upon permits issued by relevant authorities. The agreement regulates international transportation of passengers and cargoes. The document prohibits cabotage transportation. It contributes to the protection of rights of national road carriers on the market of transportation services. The document also stipulates conditions for waiving customs duties for the temporary import of fuel, spare parts and instruments needed to repair the vehicles, which enter the country.

The agreement creates additional positive prerequisites for increasing the volume of work of Belarusian transporters in the direction of Mongolia and in the direction of the countries Mongolia borders on.

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