The Georgian revenue service on Monday said customs control procedures for trucks leaving Georgia via the Larsi checkpoint to Russia was “party delayed” in the Russian-operated area. Photo:revenue service press office
The Georgian revenue service on Monday said all customs checkpoints across the country were working “round the clock” amid increased cargo flow throughout the South Caucasus region, adding it had added personnel to the staff at the crossing points to ensure “smooth operation”.
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The state agency noted customs control procedures for trucks leaving Georgia via the Larsi checkpoint to Russia was “party delayed” in the Russian-operated area.
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In a bid to ensure uninterrupted international cargo turnover, the service said it was in “intensive communication” with respective customs administrations of the neighboring countries – Turkey, Azerbaijan and Armenia – to “quickly find” alternative checkpoints to allow international cargo to timely reach its destination.