Kazakhstan, Georgia signed agreement on international automobile communication
Astana. March 6. Kazakhstan Today - Kazakhstan and Georgia signed the new agreement on international automobile communication today in Astana, the agency reports. The Kazakh Minister of Transport and Communication Serik Akhmetov and Vice Minister of Economic Development of Georgia Ivane Nakaidze signed the agreement. Signing the agreement terminates the need of permissive system for international auto transportations of cargoes and creates the conditions for increase of transportation volume and the use of the Kazakhstan vehicles corresponding to Euro-0 standard of transportation to Georgia, the Ministry of Transport and Communication press release states. It will enable the Kazakhstan carriers to prevail in the market of motor transportation services in the countries of Transcaucasian and Central Asia, as the number of automobiles with such technological level in Kazakhstan is considerably higher than in the countries of these regions. Similar agreements were signed with Armenia, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan.
Resourse: Kazakhstan Today