During the negotiations, the parties discussed restrictions for Russian road carriers when entering Turkey. The Turkish side informed that it intends to remove all previously imposed restrictions in the near future.
In turn, Dietrich promised that Russia would introduce mirror measures if the decision to remove restrictions was not made before 11 pm on May 11.
At the end of April, according to Rambler, the Turkish authorities imposed a number of restrictions on the entry of foreign road freight carriers. Drivers were allowed to enter only after signing an obligation to leave the country within 72 hours. The Association of International Road Carriers (ASMAP) called the actions of the Turkish authorities an attempt to squeeze foreign carriers out of the market. The ASMAP indicated that 72 hours is not enough for unloading, loading and customs clearance.
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