2nd Meeting of the Working Group on Dry Ports

14 Nov 2017 to 15 Nov 2017
Bangkok, Thailand

The Intergovernmental Agreement on Dry Ports entered into force on 23 April 2016. Currently there are 17 signatories and 13 Parties to the Agreement. In accordance with the terms of the Agreement, a Working Group on Dry Port was established. The second meeting of the Working Group is scheduled to be held at the United Nations Conference Centre in Bangkok on 14 and 15 November 2017.

The Working Group will review the implementation of the Agreement and receive updated information from participants on initiatives being implemented or considered to develop dry ports of international importance in their respective countries and the progress made towards integrating these dry ports into international intermodal transport corridors. The Working Group will also consider for adoption a draft Regional Framework for the Planning, Design, Development and Operation of Dry Ports of International Importance prepared by the secretariat with a view to offering practical solutions and modalities for the coordinated development of dry ports across the region.

Documents

Report of the Working Group on Dry Ports on its 2nd meeting
E/ESCAP/DP/WG(2)/5
[中文][English][русский]
Annotated provisional agenda
E/ESCAP/DP/WG(2)/L.1
[中文][English][русский]
Status of implementation of the Intergovernmental Agreement on Dry Ports
E/ESCAP/DP/WG(2)/1
[中文][English][русский]
Consideration of proposals for amending the Intergovernmental Agreement on Dry Ports
E/ESCAP/DP/WG(2)/2
[中文][English][русский]
Policies and issues relating to the development of dry ports of international importance
E/ESCAP/DP/WG(2)/3
[中文][English][русский]
Consideration of regional framework for the planning, design, development and operation of dry ports of international importance
E/ESCAP/DP/WG(2)/4
[中文][English][русский]

Contact persons:

Mr. Ryan Carvalho, Associate Economic Affairs Officer, Transport Division, ESCAP, Tel: +66 2288 1570, E-mail: [email protected]
Ms. May Thin Lwin, Tel. +66 2288 1723, E-mail. [email protected]