Azerbaijan, Ukraine impose restrictions on imports of goods from Karabakh, Donbas

Ukraine and Azerbaijan have decided not to allow goods ‘made on the territories that are not under control of Baku and Kyiv’ to enter their territories without permits from official authorities, Interfax reports, quoting Ukrainian Ambassador to Azerbaijan Oleksandr Mischenko.

“During the visit of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to Baku the heads of the two states instructed chiefs of customs agencies of Ukraine and Azerbaijan to meet and discuss the issue of passing goods coming from occupied territories of the two countries. Heads of customs agencies met and drew up a mechanism, according to which goods from these territories can be supplied only if they are licenses by central authorities – Kyiv and Baku,” Mischenko said.

The rules apply to goods made in Nagorno-Karabakh and Donbas.

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