Duty-free shops to be closed down after three months


Alexander Lukashenka yesterday signed his decree "On some peculiarities of the operation of duty-free shops".
Under the decree, all duty-free outlets are allowed to work for the next three months, reports Interfax.

After three months, all the duty-free shops will be closed down. They will remain in operation only at the crossing points located at international airports. The shops for diplomats will also remain duty-free.