Romanian Transport Minister Grindeanu:

‘Romania has an important role in cargo flow with Ukraine and Moldova’

Romanian Transport Minister Grindeanu has stated that the country now has an extremely important role for the cargo flow to and from Ukraine and/or the Republic of Moldova, and implicitly for the economy of the two countries. According to Grindeanu, since the start of the Russian invasion in Ukraine, the Romanian infrastructure, port, rail, road or air, offers vital transport ways for the transit of goods and necessary raw materials.

According to the Minister of Transport, increasing operating capacity of the Port of Constanta represents a major support for the flows of cargo coming from Ukraine, through the Republic of Moldova, on the Siret-Constanta corridor, while the ships under Ukrainian flag are benefiting from quick access to Romanian ports and are exempt from paying port service tariffs.


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