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BSEC-URTA hosted AMERIT and ANALTIR in Istanbul

BSEC-URTA hosted AMERIT and ANALTIR in Istanbul

To work on the BSEC-URTA priorities to increase and diversify the Union’s revenues, the BSEC-URTA International Secretariat organized a meeting with participation of TOBB-UND, AMERIT and ANALTIR on 29 September 2020 at the BSEC-URTA premises.


Participants discussed during the meeting in a positive and constructive atmosphere about mutual studies on ways to increase cooperation between the organizations.

President Asli Calik and Secretary General Adrian Albu represented BSEC-URTA in the meeting and they both emphasized the strong need for cooperation among the Members. The difficult times of the COVID-19 pandemic have shown the importance of close contact.


Besides, attendees discussed such essential topics as digital tachograph requirements in the European Union and current situation on border crossing in the BSEC region.

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