The launch dates of the unified MTPL system for Belarus and Russia have been announced 16:51

The unified compulsory MTPL insurance system for Belarus and Russia is expected to be operational by October 2024. In this respect reports Press service of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Union of Belarus and Russia.

The decision was taken after the meeting held in Minsk. To implement a unified compulsory motor liability insurance, representatives of Belarus and Russia are preparing regulatory legal acts.

According to State Duma deputy Viktor Pinsky, relevant changes in the national legislation of Belarus and Russia will be made in the first quarter of next year.

“Yes since October [2024 года] Vehicle owners will already be able to obtain combined car insurance policies. I repeat: this is the deadline we were promised [ведомства и структуры, участвующие в разработке данного модельного законодательного акта]. We have this issue under control and will supervise it. “If they are late, we will help,” he said. potential customers In the words of Sputnik.Pinsky.

Previously Russia and Belarus To agree Exchanging information about traffic violators.



Source: Gazeta

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