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18 to 19 September 2019 | By invitation only

The eighth Biennial Meeting of the Working Group on the Asian Highway was convened in accordance with Article 7(2) of the Intergovernmental Agreement on the Asian Highway Network at the United Nations Conference Centre in Bangkok on 18 - 19 September 2019.

The Working Group considered the implementation of the Agreement and any amendments proposed by the Parties. The Working Group also served to advance discussions and information exchange on the operationalization of the Asian Highway Network.

Statements

Islamic Republic of Iran

Islamic Republic of Iran_Country presentation.pdf

Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan_Country presentation.pdf

 

Contact person:
Mr. Edouard Chong, Economic Affairs Officer, Transport Division
Email: [email protected]

Agenda item 2: Adoption of the agenda

Annotated provisional agenda

ESCAP/AHWG/2019/L.1

[中文] [English] [русский]

Agenda item 3: Status of the Intergovernmental Agreement on the Asian Highway Network

Status of the Intergovernmental Agreement on the Asian Highway Network

ESCAP/AHWG/2019/1

[中文] [English] [русский]

Agenda item 4: Matters arising from the 7th meeting of the Working Group on the Asian Highway

Report of the Working Group on the Asian Highway on its 7th meeting

E/ESCAP/AHWG(7)/5

[中文] [English] [русский]

Agenda item 5: Policies and issues related to the operationalization of the Asian Highway network

Policies and issues related to the operationalization of the Asian Highway network

ESCAP/AHWG/2019/2

[中文] [English] [русский]

Agenda item 6: Consideration of proposals for amending the Intergovernmental Agreement on the Asian Highway Network

Proposals for amending the Intergovernmental Agreement on the Asian Highway Network

ESCAP/AHWG/2019/3

[中文] [English] [русский]

ESCAP/AHWG/2019/3/Corr.1

[中文] [English] [русский]

Agenda item 8: Adoption of the report of the Working Group on its 8th meeting

Report of the Working Group on its 8th meeting

ESCAP/AHWG/2019/4

[中文] [English] [русский]

for more information, please contact

Transport Division +66 2288 1234 [email protected]