Armenia joins information exchange on CIS transport security
YEREVAN, May 22. /ARKA/. Armenia’s government approved the signing of an agreement about informational counteraction between CIS countries on transport security.
Armenia’s minister of transport and communication Gagik Beglaryan said the agreement defines procedures for exchange of information on transport security between CIS-member countries.
Heads of governments of CIS-member countries are to discuss the draft agreement on informational counteractions at a meeting in Minsk on May 30. The document sets general principles of the counteraction for harmonizing approaches toward state policy development, norms and regulations on transport security and illegal interference in transport infrastructures during transportation via member-countries.
Information will be exchanged in the following directions – illegal interference threats, assessment of vulnerability of transport infrastructures and vehicles, classification of infrastructures and transportation means, elaboration and implementation of transport safety requirements, training and appraisal, state supervision in the field, harmonization of approaches.
The authors are convinced legal tools will help ensure sustainable international transit communication and create mutually advantageous conditions for transportation through member-states. –0—