CEMT Permits No Longer a Must for Hauliers Passing Through Italy

Ljubljana, 25 July - Slovenian hauilers passing through Italy will no longer be asked to produce CEMT permits, the Transport Ministry confirmed on Friday. Following protest from the hauilers and the ministry, the Italian transport minister has received a revised interpretation of a relevant EU regulation and has called on Italian authorities to stop issuing fines.

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