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Remarks from the International Road Transport Union
In accordance with Decree No.171 of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus dated 25 March 2020, all drivers performing a transit of goods through Belarus are obligated to use only the approved national roads, and only park in the specified areas to rest, eat or refuel.
The list of approved rest areas has been updated. Six additional parking areas for rest and meals for drivers, the refuelling of transit vehicles or for performing international goods transports, have been identified on the territory of the Republic of Belarus:
- М-1/Е30 Brest (Kozlovichi) – Minsk – border of the Russian Federation (Redki), km 514 – fuel station No 59 “Belorusneft”
- М-1/Е30 Brest (Kozlovichi) – Minsk – border of the Russian Federation (Redki), km 514 – fuel station No 60 “Belorusneft”
- М-3 Minsk – Vitebsk, km 102 - fuel station No 18 “Belorusneft”
- М-3 Minsk – Vitebsk, km 237 - fuel station No 72 “Belorusneft”
- М-3 Minsk – Vitebsk, km 156 - fuel station “LUKOIL Belorussia”
- М-8/Е-95 border of the Russian Federation (Jezerische) – Vitebsk – Gomel – border of Ukraine (Novaya Guta), km 73 - fuel station No 68 “Belorusneft”
The updated route maps of the movement of transit vehicles through the territory of the Republic of Belarus can be downloaded using the following links:
Transit of freight road carriers through the Republic of Belarus
In accordance with Decree No.171 of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus dated 25 March 2020, all drivers performing transit of goods through Belarus are obligated to use only approved national roads and park in specified areas to rest, have meals or refuel, according to the list of roads and specified parking areas approved by the Decree.
Transit drivers are obligated to leave the territory of Belarus by the shortest route possible, by no later than the day after entry onto the territory of Belarus, unless it is impossible to comply with the specified period due to vehicle accident/breakdown, unloading or transshipment cargo, vehicle replacement, or if it is provided for within the terms of the contract of carriage and indicated in the transport documents.
If it is necessary to carry out any of the above operations, a deviation from the approved list of national road and specified parking areas is allowed. However, operations should be carried out in the shortest possible time.
While the vehicle is parked, transit drivers must not leave the parking area.
The list of approved national roads and specified parking areas attached in Decree No. 171 can be found here.
Source: Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus
With effect from 19 March 00.00, drivers non-resident in the Republic of Belarus engaged in international transit operations through the territory of the Republic of Belarus can only use selected areas for rest, meals and refuelling vehicles. A detailed list with locations can be found on this map.
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