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Acting Minister to the Ministry of Transport Attends the First Meeting of Central Asia-South Asia Transport Cooperation in Tashkent Uzbekistan
Acting Minister of Transport and Head of Afghan Railway Authority Mohammed Yama Shams attended the first meeting of Central Asia-South Asia Transport Cooperation which was attended by. . .
Acting Minister to the Ministry of Transport and Head of the Afghan Railway Authority, Mohammed Yama Shams, met today with Mr. Gabriel Ferrán Carrión, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Spain. . .
The fourth meeting of the Central Asian Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC)’s railway technical group held on April 22-24, 2019 in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. The meeting was attended by. . .
OTIF is an intergovernmental organization dedicated to international rail transport It has been active since 1893 and is the oldest international organization in the sector. It now has 50 Member States and 1 Associate Member. The Organization has its headquarters in Berne, Switzerland, and has legal personality under international law and in the national laws of its Member States.
OTIF develops . . .
Regional Assemble for Middle East (RAME)
The Regional Assembly for Middle East (RAME) was the first Regional Assembly which was established within UIC after the restructuring of UIC. According to UIC Statutes, 6 UIC Regions (including Middle East) will hold powers and responsibilities to determine their regional strategy, their action plans, and regional budget and to approve projects on specific regional issues.
The Regional Assemblies . . .
INTERNATIONAL UNION OF RAILWAYS (UIC)
UIC, the worldwide professional association representing the railway sector and promoting rail transport
UIC leads an innovative and dynamic sector, helping Members find continuing success and opportunities. Members are invited to take a proactive role in the UIC working groups and assemblies where the railways’ position on regional/worldwide issues is shaped.
Active participation in the working . . .
Organization for Cooperation Between Railways (OSJD)
There was an urgent demand since the late 1940s for the creation of uniform legal and economic standards for the carriage of passengers and goods on international railways. Painstaking work was done preceding the foundation of OSJD. The first fundamental documents had been developed and agreed by 1951, which entered into force on 1 November 1951.
A few years later those agree¬ments underwent . . .