Intergovernmental road transport agreement established with Lithuania

2019-06-11 17:10:54

Ulaanbaatar /MONSTSAME/ Since 1993, Mongolia has established intergovernmental agreements on international road transport with Russia, China, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, DPRK, Turkey, Kyrgyzstan, Belarus, Latvia, and Hungary. The Ministry of Road and Transport Development pays much attention on developing international road transport, facilitating trade and border and customs control, as well as expanding external cooperation.

Therefore, on June 10, State Secretary of the Ministry of Road and Transport Development S.Batbold and Vice-Minister of Transport and Communications of Lithuania Ričardas Degutis signed the agreement between the governments of Mongolia and the Republic of Lithuania on international transport of passengers and goods by road.

The purpose of the agreement is to create a legal framework for facilitating trade and transport, coordinating transport types, promoting cooperation in road transport and jointly implementing international standards and recommendations.