Ukraine, Turkey disagree on transport quotas
Ukraine and Turkey have not been able to agree on the liberalization of cargo traffic, the Infrastructure Ministry of Ukraine, citing Deputy Minister Yuriy Lavrenyuk’s statement, reported on its website.
Lavrenyuk headed the Ukrainian delegation at a meeting of the joint Ukrainian-Turkish commission on road transport, according to the report.
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