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Steering Committee on Trade Capacity and Standards - Fifth Session

28 - 29 May 2019

Room V, Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland

The fifth session of the Steering Committee on Trade Capacity and Standards will feature a High-Level segment on removing regulatory and procedural barriers to trade in the ECE region, with a special focus on the Armenia drawing on the results of ECE assessment study. In addition, delegates from countries where similar ECE studies have been completed will inform the Steering Committee about ongoing and planned follow-up activities, particularly those related to implementing the recommendations emerging from the studies. Member States will also be briefed about work underway to support the achievement of sustainable development goals in the region.

SymbolDocument Title ENGFRERUS
Item 1: Adoption of the Agenda
ECE/CTCS/2019/1Annotated provisional agenda PDFPDFPDF
Item 3: Election of Officiers
A. General Segment
Item 3: Matters arising
Item 4: Improving the Steering Committee on Trade Capacity and Standards delivery on the 2030 Agenda
ECE/CTCS/2019/3Improving the Economic Commission for Europe Steering Committee on Trade Capacity and Standards delivery on the 2030 Agenda: Proposals by the Bureau PDFPDFPDF
B. High-level segment: Removing regulatory and procedural barriers to trade in the Economic Commission for Europe region
Item 5: Supporting the removal of regulatory and procedural barriers to trade
(a) Armenia: Findings and recommendations
ECE/CTCS/2019/4Study on regulatory and procedural barriers to trade in Armenia: Recommendations PDFPDFPDF
Regulatory and Procedural Barriers to Trade in Armenia: Needs Assessment PDF
Regulatory and Procedural Barriers to Trade in Armenia: Needs Assessment: Business Process Analysis PDF
(b) Ongoing work
Item 6: Country follow-up to Economic Commission for Europe studies on regulatory and procedural barriers to trade
ECE/CTCS/2019/5Follow-up on Economic Commission for Europe  countries studies: Republic of Moldova PDFPDFPDF
Item 7: Trade as a means for implementing the 2030 Agenda
ECE/CTCS/2019/6Trade as  a means for implementing the 2030 Agenda: The experience of GeorgiaPDFPDFPDF
C. Continuation of the general segment
Item 8: Programme of work
(a) Updates from subsidiary bodies
ECE/CTCS/WP.6/2018/2Report of the Working Party on Regulatory Cooperation and Standardization Policies on its twenty-eighth session PDFPDFPDF
ECE/CTCS/WP.7/2018/2Report of the Working Party on Agricultural Quality Standards on its seventy-fourth sessionPDFPDFPDF
ECE/CTCS/2019/11Revised Programme of work of the Working Party on Agricultural Quality Standards 2019-2020PDFPDFPDF
ECE/CTCS/2019/12Terms of Reference of the Working Party on Agricultural Quality Standards (2018)PDFPDFPDF
(b) Capacity-building and technical assistance activities
ECE/CTCS/2019/7Report on capacity-building and technical assistance activities  PDFPDFPDF
(c)  Cooperation with other  international organizations and ECE bodies
ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2018/2Report of the Centre for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business on its twenty-fourth Plenary session PDFPDFPDF
ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2019/3Matters arising from the twenty-fourth UN/CEFACT Plenary Session PDFPDFPDF
ECE/CTCS/2019/8Cooperation with other and other organizations ECE bodies PDFPDFPDF
(d) Stakeholder needs and priorities
(e) Trade subprogramme biennial evaluation report for 2018-2019
ECE/CTCS/2019/9Status of implementation of the 2018-2019 programme of work PDFPDFPDF
(f) Trade subprogramme’s strategic framework for 2020
ECE/CTCS/2019/10Trade subprogramme’s draft programme of work for 2020 PDF
Item 9.  Other business
Item 10: Adoption of report
ECE/CTCS/2019/2Report of the Session

 

Item 5. Supporting the Removal of regulatory and procedural barriers to trade in the Economic Commission for Europe region 

Item 6. Country follow-up to Economic Commission for Europe studies on regulatory and procedural barriers to trade

Item 7. Trade as a means for implementing the 2030 Agenda

Item 8. Programme of work