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Indian official: Problems exist at border crossing points on "North-South" international transport corridor

Indian official: Problems exist at border crossing points on "North-South" international transport corridor

Baku. 10 May. REPORT.AZ/ Customs regulations of member countries of the North-South international transport corridor should be the same ".

Arun Kumar Gupta, managing director of Indian Ports Global, said in an interview to Report.

"There are problems at border crossing points. Custom procedures should be simple in the corridor used as a transit in order spent time on transport would be less, no more than 15 days. Only by this way, you can attract the customer. All countries should identify and eliminate problems, " he said.

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