Four new customs terminals to be launched in Russia's Northwest
November 11, 2009 12:31
By the start of 2010 four new customs terminals will take off in Russia's Northwest in compliance with the concept of moving the check points closer to the nation's borders, reports www.fishnet-russia.com (www.fishnet.ru) with reference to TKS.RU.
Two terminals will work in Vyborg (bordering on Finland), one will be launched in Burachki (bordering on Latvia) and one in the town of Bagrationovsk (bordering on Poland).
The customs officials say they are conducting active talks with the authorities of the Russian provinces regarding commissioning of such terminals in other places.
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