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Eurasian Corridor - A European Industrial Lifeline
Eurasian Corridor - A European Industrial Lifeline
Basel, March 16, 2022. The Group of European TransEurasia Operators and Forwarders (GETO) is concerned that the Ukraine conflict could have a negative impact on the Eurasian transit corridor. This could disrupt critical supply chains and eliminate thousands of jobs.
International Conference "Innovations for Sustainable Transport Development"
International Conference "Innovations for Sustainable Transport Development"

On April 5, 2022, the International Conference "Innovations for Sustainable Transport Development", dedicated to the development of human capital, will be jointly organized by the International Coordinating Council on Trans-Eurasian Transportation, the Russian University of Transport and the Association of Transport Universities. 

On 2-3 March 2022, the CCTT Secretariat participated in an ESCAP expert meeting on the Legal Framework for Multimodal Transport Operations in the Asia-Pacific Region
On 2-3 March 2022, the CCTT Secretariat participated in an ESCAP expert meeting on the Legal Framework for Multimodal Transport Operations in the Asia-Pacific Region

At this meeting, representatives of member States, international organizations, transport companies and associations considered the proposed structure of guidelines on harmonization of legal frameworks for multimodal transport operations in Asia and the Pacific and shared their experiences, proposals and best practices in multimodal transport in the Asia-Pacific region.

On 24 February 2022, Gennady Bessonov, Secretary General of the CCTT made a statement at the 84th session of the UNECE Inland Transport Committee on the development of Euro-Asian transport links.
On 24 February 2022, Gennady Bessonov, Secretary General of the CCTT made a statement at the 84th session of the UNECE Inland Transport Committee on the development of Euro-Asian transport links.

Noting the importance of the Euro-Asian transport links (EATL) project, he focused in his speech on general trends, problems and challenges in Trans-Eurasian transportation.

"The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly transformed the supply chain picture. With border crossing restrictions and companies leaving the market that could not resist the impact, the industry had to provide services that could quickly and reliably meet the needs of the economy and society. As we know, it was only possible to achieve this together, in close international cooperation.

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Association of Trans-Siberian intermodal operators of Japan (TSIOAJ)
The Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation
Federal Agency of Railway Transport of the Russian Federation
Federal Agency for Maritime and River Transport
Federal State Enterprise Security of Railway Transport of the Russian Federation
Federal Customs Service
The Russian Association of Freight Forwarding and Logistic Organizations
Azerbaijan Railways
Belarusian Railway
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Latvian Railways
VR Group
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Rail Cargo Austria
China Railways Container Transport Co.Ltd. (CRCT)
ČD Cargo
SNCF France
KORAIL
KTZ
UBTZ
DB Cargo AG
HUPAC Intermodal
Mercitalia Rail
Delo Group
UTLC ERA
TransContainer
Global Ports
RZDL
FESCO
Federal Freight Company
InterRail Holding AG
InterRail Services GmbH
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Port of Ventspils
Vostochny Port
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Liaoning port
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