A number of checkpoints across the state border of Russia will be equipped with additional places for checking goods, which will increase the flow of goods and speed up the import of necessary products into the country, the Telegram channel of the Government of the Russian Federation reports.

Thus, the decision will affect the Kavkaz sea checkpoint, through which goods from Turkey arrive; automobile checkpoint Yarag-Kazmalyar on the Russian-Azerbaijani border; automobile checkpoint Upper Lars on the Russian-Georgian border, through which deliveries from Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, Turkey and Iran go.

Also, this decision will speed up the modernization of Russian checkpoints and increase their throughput.