The European Union has stopped passing trucks from Russia


Due to EU sanctions, cars registered in Russia and Belarus are no longer allowed to pass
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Sanctions against Russia in general and the Urals in particular

From April 8, Russian and Belarusian trucks will no longer be able to enter the territory of the European Union. This is reported by the Russian Federal Customs Service.

“As of April 8, 2022, the customs authorities of the European Union countries bordering the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus stopped importing vehicles from these countries. Referring to the fifth package of sanctions, “the agency’s official website said. It is clarified that this applies to freight transport.

At the same time, the new EU sanctions on restrictions on road transit through EU territory do not apply to communications with the Kaliningrad region, notes RT. The head of the region, Anton Alihanov, said that the transportation between Kaliningrad and the rest of the Russian Federation is considered internal transit, he adds.National News Service».

The fifth package of sanctions against Russia also includes an embargo on Russian coal supplies and a ban on Russian ships entering European ports. In addition, transactions are completely banned and the assets of several major Russian banks are frozen.

On February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the launch of a special operation in Ukraine. The main goal is the denacification and demilitarization of the territory, not its occupation. Russian military personnel are treating civilians with kindness and saving the lives of Ukrainian military personnel. Nevertheless, the countries of the European Union, the United States, Japan and a number of other countries have imposed severe sanctions on the Russian Federation. According to Putin, their goal is the elimination of Russia, the banning of its culture, the taboo of the truth about Russia’s history and its role in major world events. At the request of the head of state, anti-crisis measures have already been developed in Russia. Assistance will be provided to both ordinary citizens and businesses.

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From April 8, Russian and Belarusian trucks will no longer be able to enter the territory of the European Union. This is reported by the Russian Federal Customs Service. “As of April 8, 2022, the customs authorities of the European Union countries bordering the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus stopped importing vehicles from these countries. Referring to the fifth package of sanctions, “the agency’s official website said. It is clarified that this applies to freight transport. At the same time, the new EU sanctions on restrictions on road transit through the EU do not apply to communications with the Kaliningrad region, notes RT. The head of the region Antons Alihanovs said that in the transportation between Kaliningrad and the rest of the Russian Federation they are considered as internal transit, the National News Service adds. The fifth package of sanctions against Russia also includes an embargo on Russian coal supplies and a ban on Russian ships entering European ports. In addition, transactions are completely banned and the assets of several major Russian banks are frozen. On February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the launch of a special operation in Ukraine. The main goal is the denacification and demilitarization of the territory, not its occupation. Russian military personnel are treating civilians with kindness and saving the lives of Ukrainian military personnel. Nevertheless, the countries of the European Union, the United States, Japan and a number of other countries have imposed severe sanctions on the Russian Federation. According to Putin, their goal is the elimination of Russia, the banning of its culture, the taboo of the truth about Russia’s history and its role in major world events. At the request of the head of state, anti-crisis measures have already been developed in Russia. Assistance will be provided to both ordinary citizens and businesses.

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