Igor Dodonpachi: Kremlin Pool / Globallookpress.com
The President of Moldova Igor Dodon has complained to Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on the difficulties faced by Moldovan producers due to the introduction of Moscow’s ban on imports of Ukrainian goods. The text of the letter, the Moldovan leader has published in his Twitter account.
Dodon, in particular, noted that the ban “creates barriers to the export of Moldovan products to the Russian market because of the lengthening of the route of delivery of cargoes and increase of traffic.”
In conclusion, the President of Moldova has asked the Russian Premier to consider the “question of the exit from a current situation relating to transportation of Moldovan products to the Russian Federation through the territory of Ukraine”.
In comments to the published letter Dodon stressed that he took the settlement of the issue under personal control and that its solution will be found in the coming days.
On 29 December, the Russian government banned the import of certain goods from Ukraine in retaliation to the actions of the Ukrainian authorities earlier banned the import of Russian agricultural and chemical products.
The number of prohibited import goods to Russia, in particular, were agricultural and industrial products, including tractors, and gas turbines.
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