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Ukraine Plans Electronic Platform For Multimodal Container Transportation

Ukraine plans electronic platform for multimodal container transportation

In 2021, the Ukrainian Ministry of Infrastructure plans to develop a separate electronic platform for multimodal container transportation – December 8, 2020 This was announced by the Minister of Infrastructure Vladislav Krykliy during a speech at the 18th meeting of the Working Group on Transport at the level of GUAM heads of state today, December 8. The event was also attended by GUAM Secretary General
Altai Efendiyev, Minister of Transport, Communications and High Technologies of Azerbaijan Ramin Guluzade, Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia Akaki Sagirashvili, Secretary of State of the Ministry of Economy and Infrastructure of Moldova Julian PostiteU and other representatives. “We are already actively working on the digitalization of the transport industry. The work of electronic consignment notes has started in the experimental mode. We have also acceded to the Second Additional Protocol to the International Convention on Inland Transport, which has included us in the list of countries ready to implement e-CMR. Within the framework of the BSEC, we are developing a mechanism for the exchange of information in electronic format on issued permits for international road transport of goods. We are also working separately with the Government of Kazakhstan on the introduction of electronic one-time permits for international trucking. And next year we plan to build a separate electronic platform for multimodal container transportation”, said Vladislav Krykliy. In addition, together with the State Customs Service, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Economy and the Border Guard Service of the Ministry of Infrastructure is working to create a single digital platform that will allow businesses entering / leaving Ukraine to fill in all data in one digital window without duplication. , which have already been submitted by one of these structures. Initially, the initiative will be implemented in the field of maritime transport, and then will extend to aviation, railways and road transport. Vladislav Krykliy also thanked his Azerbaijani colleagues for the initiative to prepare the Concept for the creation of a regional logistics platform GUAM-NET and expressed its full support for Ukraine. “Since the concept of GUAM NET development is being developed by GUAM member states, we propose to develop it on the basis of national segments of digital platforms, which will then be integrated with each other according to a single standard. We are ready to share our experience and strategy for the development of digital platforms in the field of transport and logistics. I invite all participating countries to work out a common algorithm of actions in the framework of the next meetings of the Working Groups. I am confident that joining our efforts will give a great impetus to the development of transport links in the GUAM region, “the Minister added. GUAM (Organization for Democracy and Economic Development) is an international regional association of four states: Georgia, Ukraine, the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Republic of Moldova. The organization was established on May 23, 2006 at the Kyiv GUAM Summit, during which the Heads of State signed the GUAM Charter, which was ratified by Law № 136-VI (136-17) of March 6, 2008. Source: Government of Ukraine

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