Three-country traffic without passing through the home country; this means transports between two countries, whereby the company must be based in a third country.
If the third country is Germany (home country), transport is only possible by passing through the normal route.
Three-country traffic without passing through the home country is only allowed with special bilateral permits.
Bilateral permits for Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russian Federation, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Netherlands, Switzerland, Belgium, Estonia, Finland, Latvia and Lithuania are issued by the permit issue of the Federal Office in Berlin, which is organisationally assigned to the Schwerin branch. These bilateral permits must be applied for in writing from the Berlin Permit issuing office using the following application form.
Furthermore, bilateral permits for Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Iran, Israel, North Macedonia, Morocco, Montenegro, Serbia, Tunisia, Turkey, Kosovo, Austria, Portugal, Slovak Republic, Spain, Hungary and Bulgaria are issued by the government of Oberpfalz in Regensburg.
You can find information on the possible use of permits based on bilateral agreements (tolerance of validity beyond 31.12) here and in the FAQ for road freight transport.