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GB 02.06.20
Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak – updated situation in the UK (2 June 2020, 10:55)

On 29 May, the British Government advised that the relaxations of the EU driving and rest times rules would cease to apply on 13 May, at 23:59. Therefore, Regulation (EC) 561/2006 fully applies from 1 June at 00:00. The relaxations of the GB driving and rest times rules have been extended to 14 June at 23:59, but will be kept under review. Further information can be found here.

Source: RHA

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HU 02.06.20
Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak – updated situation in Hungary (2 June 2020, 10:30)

On 29 May, the Hungarian Government informed that relaxations on driving and rest times would expire on 31 May. Therefore, Regulation (EC) 561/2006 fully applies from 00:00 on 1 June. Members are also reminded that Hungarian Authorities allow double manning (passengers in the cabin are not considered double manning and, therefore, are not allowed).

For more information on international passenger transport between Hungary and neighbouring countries, the latest notice can be found here.

Source: MKFE

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HU 29.05.20
Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak – updated situation in Hungary (29 May 2020, 17:38)

MKFE is providing all information related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) relevant to foreign transport operations on an up-to-date webpage in English. The following information has been added to this site:

Passenger transport:

Information updated by the police on travel regulations is available here (in English).

Goods transport – facilitation measures:

Relaxations of driving and rest time rules will not be renewed after 31 May.

Source: MKFE

 

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BY 29.05.20
Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak – updated situation in Belarus (29 May 2020, 17:17)

The list of specialised places for stopping (parking) for rest and meals for drivers and refuelling vehicles in transit through the territory of Belarus has been extended.

The Resolution of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus of 28 May 2020 No. 321 (enters into force on 30 May 2020) which amended the Resolution of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus of 25 March 2020 No. 171; concerning measures to prevent the importation and spread of infection caused by the coronavirus COVID-19.

The obligation to leave the territory of the Republic of Belarus by the shortest route, and no later than the day after the day of entry onto its territory, does not apply to drivers in transit if it is necessary to obtain a special permit on the transport of dangerous goods during the international road transportation.

The new edition contains a list of motorways on which vehicles in transit are obligated to pass and stopping (parking) for rest and meals for drivers, refuelling vehicles is now possible in accordance with Appendix 1 to the Resolution No. 171. This list has been expanded by more than 40 stopping points.

In addition, changes were made that affected the following provisions:

- the requirements of the Resolution No. 171, prescribing to drive only on republican roads, on which stopping (parking) for rest and meals for drivers, refuelling vehicles is possible, and your vehicle leaves the territory of Belarus no later than the day following the day of entry into its territory, will be extended not only for drivers performing international goods transport, but also for all drivers in transit through the territory of the Republic of Belarus using the vehicles intended for international road transport (including empty vehicles and passengers transport);

- drivers who carry out regular international road passenger transport are given the opportunity to not comply with the requirements to pass on republican roads included in the list and stop in specialised places for rest and meals for drivers;

- when performing operations and actions provided for in the first part of subparagraph 1.3. of the Resolution No. 171 (obtaining along the route a special permit for the passage of oversized and heavy vehicles through the territory of a foreign state, a special permit for the transport of dangerous goods during the international road transport of goods, in the event of an accident (breakdown) of a vehicle, as well as in the event of an unloading, reloading (transshipment) of goods, vehicle replacement), the driver must have and submit for control the documents confirming such operations or actions.

The form of the requirement for the driver in transit through the territory of the Republic of Belarus using the vehicles intended for international road transport is set forth in the new edition.

Source: BAMAP

 

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BY 29.05.20
Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak – updated situation in Belarus (29 May 2020, 09:15)

The Belarusian Government has issued a Regulation of 25 May 2020 No. 311 on the deployment of navigation devices (seals). This regulation was published yesterday and will enter into force on 7 June 2020.

The document notably requests that transport operators in transit who have violated subparagraph 1.2. and (or) 1.3. of the Regulation of 25 March 2020 No. 171 (i.e. failed to use only designated highways or parking areas to comply with transit deadlines) will be allowed to transit the territory of Belarus only in cases where navigation seals are attached to the goods compartments of their vehicles in order to track their location.

These provisions shall not apply in cases of malfunction of the navigation system caused by technical problems, or breaches in the means of communications, or when customs escorts are used in accordance with the customs procedure of customs transit.

Navigation seals will be attached at the border crossing points before entry into Belarus either by customs authorities, or by the national operator (Belneftegaz), or by other authorised entities.

Removal of navigation seals will be carried out at:

- the external borders of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) by either the customs authorities, or by the national operator (Belneftegaz), or by other authorised entities;

- the RUS-BLR border by either the national operator (Belneftegaz) or by other authorised entities.

Governmental Regulation of 25 May 2020 No. 311 has also set a fee for this service – 3 basic units which is currently BYN 81 or EUR 31, VAT included.

This legal act has been adopted by the government to ensure deployment of navigation seals in Belarus, as well as to take additional measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and will remain in force until 30 September 2020.

Additional information in Russian can be found here.

Source: BAMAP

 

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