New customs terminal for Moldovan wine opens in Russia's Bryansk
Due to previously reached understandings between Moldovan Prime Minister Vlad Filat, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Dmitriy Medvedev, the Russian authorities have informed the Moldovan authorities about the opening of a customs terminal in Bryansk for the import of Moldovan alcoholic beverages, the government's communication and press relations department has reported.
The decision will enter into force on 12 October. This is the fourth terminal through which Moldovan producers will be able to export their alcoholic beverages to Russia.
Two terminals operate in Moscow region, and one in Sankt Petersburg.
Adapted from Moldpres
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