I´m not an expert on their regulations, but I think importing for 2 years might not be possible on a carnet... so it would probably have to be a permanent import, means you pay all taxes & duties. But that is just guessing, you´ll have to find out, how it goes officially.
If you seriously want to freight the bike there, the distance is so long, that I think you´d be able to send it a lot cheaper by sea. I´ve actually sent my DL650 from Sydney to Helsinki by sea, and paid under 700 euros total, that includes even the costs at the receiving end. Ocean freight itself was only about 500 euros.
But this was over 4 years ago, and sending from Europe to elsewhere could cost more than sending on the same route to Europe. Sounds funny, but the exact costs depend on so many things, and Europe is expensive. And all in all (counting from the date, when I left the bike with the shipper, to the date, when I had it on the road again in my home country) it took about 2 months to send by sea, whereas air freight would have taken about 2 days!
The company that I used was Tradelanes (in Melbourne, easily found with Google).. I´m not sure, if they´d be able to help you out if sending the other way, but might not hurt to ask.