Last weekend, September 16-17, Finnish customs authorities refused to allow 37 cars registered in Russia into the country. In this respect reports Yle portal with link to customs data.
“Last weekend, 81 cars registered in Russia arrived at the Finnish border. “37 of them had to return to the Russian Federation or Norway, where they tried to reach Finland.”
According to the customs office, 44 Russian-registered cars had grounds to enter Finland. At the same time, bus traffic on the border of the Russian Federation and Finland increased after the introduction of new restrictions. It was noted that the traffic density at the border decreased after the entry ban on Russian vehicles was introduced. If about 600-700 people usually enter Finland per day, this figure dropped to 95 people on Saturday and 40 people on Sunday.
The customs service emphasized that the entry ban applies to vehicles, not individuals. Russian citizens who have a reason to enter Finland can leave their vehicles on the Russian side of the border and continue their journey by bus.
Entry ban for vehicles registered in Russia to start It will come into force in Finland on September 16. Vehicles with Russian license plates that have arrived in the country must be exported before March 16, 2024. Russian Embassy is already Recommended Russians should avoid traveling to Finland with vehicles with Russian license plates.
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