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Mr. Adrian Albu in Baku reiterated the call to shift transport related documents from paper to digitalized ones

Mr. Adrian Albu in Baku reiterated the call to shift transport related documents from paper to digitalized ones

BSEC-URTA Secretary General took part in the Meetings of the BSEC Council of Ministers of Foreign Affairs (Baku, 14 December 2018) and of BSEC Committee of Senior Officials (Baku, 12-13 December 2018).


Taking into account the support the Azeri chairmanship-in-office in BSEC regarding digitalization of transport related documents Mr. Adrian Albu appealed the attention to such eProjects as eTIR, eCMR, ePermit and eVisa for professional drivers.

Besides, BSEC-URTA Secretary General called for finalization of the Black Sea Ring Highway rout as Memorandum of Understanding for the coordinated development of the Black Sea Ring Highway was calling for since 2007.

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