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UNDA project on C2C data exchange

Project Title:

Strengthening the capacities of developing countries and countries with economies in transition to facilitate legitimate border crossing, regional cooperation and integration

Duration:

Three years (2013-2015) - Prolonged until 30 June 2016

Beneficiary Countries:

Developing countries and countries with economies in transition, particularly Contracting Parties to the TIR Convention

Executing Entity:

United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE/Transport Division)

Co-operating Agencies:

United Nation Regional Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), Western Asia (ESCWA), Africa (ECA) and Latin America (ECLAC)

The objective of the project is to strengthen the capacities of developing countries and countries with economies in transition to facilitate legitimate border crossing, by means of increased secure electronic exchange of information between Customs administrations. Simultaneously, the project will further secure the supply chain and the government revenues related to the international transport of goods. Ultimately, this project will contribute to increasing the cooperation between Customs administrations and promote the use of international standard electronic messages, in particular, for transit operations.

On the basis of existing international standards on transit related information, such as those used and defined in the framework of the eTIR project, the project will deliver a Customs-to-Customs (C2C) exchange platform. Moreover, at least five pilot countries will be provided with technical assistance contracts to connect their ICT systems with the newly developed platform. Furthermore, technical workshops to be held in each region will build capacity of developing countries and countries with economies in transition to maximise the benefits offered by the C2C exchange platform, to increase their electronic exchange of Customs information with neighbouring countries as well as to adopt international standards when it comes to electronic messages. Such cross-border electronic exchange of transit related Customs information will not only streamline border crossing procedures but also improve risk management. The adoption of existing international standards for electronic transit related messages will also be promoted and will further facilitate the work of transport operators.

Expert groups, workshops and a seminar will ensure during the whole project the exchange of best practices, capacity building and, at the end, the dissemination of the project results. The pilot countries will serve as examples and there experience will encourage additional countries to link up to the C2C exchange platform with the view to, ultimately, fully computerize transit operations globally.

The proposal is consistent with the scope and priorities of the strategic frameworks for 2012-2013 of relevant subprograms of UNECE, UNESCAP, UNECA, UNESCWA and UNECLAC and is directly linked to the Internationally Agreed Development Goals (IADGs), including the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and Development Agenda.

The project builds on the experience of the UNECE Working Party on Customs Questions affecting Transport (WP.30) and, in particular, eight years of work of the Informal Ad hoc Expert Group on Conceptual and Technical Aspects of Computerization of the TIR Procedure (WP.30/GE.1).

Project document

Concept Note

UNDA document

Supplementary financial information

Crossing borders has always been a problem in international transport and trade. Despite recent improvements, international transport still faces obstacles, costs and difficulties at borders. Border crossing problems most severely affect landlocked developing countries, as they seriously impede access of those countries to the global market and lead to substantial losses for their national economies. The competitiveness of those countries is undermined by cumbersome Customs and other control procedures. Overall, limitations to trade and transport facilitation are detrimental to economic growth, regional cooperation and integration.

Control authorities at borders face security challenges related to smuggling, terrorism, illegal trade and immigration. In view of the large volume of cross-border transport operations nowadays, Customs authorities are no longer in a position to control every vehicle or container. Instead, they have to apply risk management and identify high risk consignments on the basis of data available. However, the data provided for risk analysis in a given country could potentially be falsified or intended to mislead Customs officials. Often, the most reliable data on the goods transported is available at the Customs offices of departure at the origin of a transit movement following an export procedure. To the extent possible, these data should be captured and then made available to the Customs authorities of transit and destination countries through a common Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) system, prior to the arrival of the goods. The availability of advance electronic cargo information and the establishment of C2C network arrangements have been identified as cornerstones of the global supply chain security by the World Customs Organization.

Today, only a few international conventions provide a legal basis for the exchange of information related to the international transport of goods. Among those, the Customs Convention on the International Transport of Goods under Cover of TIR Carnets (TIR Convention) has the broadest geographical scope (67 countries worldwide). The exchange of electronic information is being addressed in the framework of the so-called eTIR project, which has been administered by UNECE since 2002. The eTIR project aims at full computerization of the TIR procedure and will eventually replace Customs paper documents by the exchange of electronic messages. The requirements of the necessary electronic systems have already been determined, including the establishment of a centralized C2C information network.

On the basis of the work already done by the eTIR project and its innovations, the proposed project aims at implementing and strengthening the capacity to use a versatile C2C information network in up to five pilot developing countries and countries with economies in transition with their neighbouring countries and trading partners. This will ensure a secure exchange of information related to goods in transit, inter alia those under cover of the TIR procedure. The network will be designed to facilitate, in the long term, the exchange of C2C and Business-to-Customs (B2C) information globally. The sustainability of such a network could easily be ensured by means of a minimal fee-for-use that would provide the necessary funds for the maintenance of the system. The secure electronic exchange of C2C information will lead to increased security and reduced border crossing delays.

The development of the European Union (EU) New Computerised Transit System (NCTS) as well as various national computerized transit systems (e.g. the Turkish Bilge system) have proved that paper-based transit systems can be efficiently replaced by electronic procedures. So far, these different national and regional systems do not communicate with each other when goods are transported beyond national or regional borders, except in a few cases where bilateral agreements have been signed (e.g. EU and European Free Trade Association (EFTA) countries in the framework of the Common Transit Convention). Consequently, international transit systems, TIR being the best, if not the only, example of truly international transit, rely on old-fashioned paper documentation where information is keyed in and extracted manually by both transport operators and Customs officers.

Developing countries and countries with economies in transition could greatly benefit from increased and more secure international inland transport. However, despite numerous bilateral, multilateral or international agreements, border crossing remains a major obstacle to fast and cost effective inland transport of goods (See, for example, "Overcoming Border Bottlenecks. The Costs and Benefits of Trade Facilitation", OECD Trade Policy Studies, OECD, February 2009). The lack of effective and efficient risk assessment methods remains one of the factors leading to unnecessarily long waiting times at Customs offices and triggers in some countries an extensive and expensive use of Customs escorts. Moreover, limitation in the levels of current international guarantees together with frequent miss-declaration and undervaluation undermines the potential of revenue collection linked, in particular, with import taxes and duties.

While national electronic Customs systems are a prerequisite for the establishment of efficient risk assessment procedures, timely and reliable data are required to adequately assess the risks related to international transport and ultimately reduce the losses in government revenues. Today, the supply chain is largely computerized, but Customs still largely rely on paper based documents, like the TIR Carnet, to obtain the information necessary to assess the risks. Furthermore, when additional data are required or when information is required prior to the arrival of the goods, e.g. security requirements, countries set up ad-hoc, non-harmonized regulations. The different systems for providing advanced cargo information in EU countries and in the Russian Federation are recent examples of this practice. The lack of cooperation between countries with regard to data exchange together with the absence of international standards to be used is consequently a direct cause of inadequate risk assessment.

In parallel, the lack of collaboration and standards opens the doors to corruption practices, which have severe negative effects on government revenues. Simultaneously, the lack of collaboration between countries forces each and every country along the supply chain to process information from paper documents, thus wasting resources that could further improve risk assessment and, ultimately, reduce the number of smuggling cases.

The electronic exchange of transit information among Customs administrations will have multiple impacts on the direct beneficiaries of this project, i.e. (a) legitimate international trade and transport companies, (b) Customs administrations and other cross-border agencies and (c) organizations and companies providing guarantees, thus securing the payment of duties and taxes of goods in transit in case of irregularities.

Furthermore, international trade and transport are key vectors of economic development. Through increased competition they are of benefit to consumers and, thanks to increased exports volumes, they generally ensure additional revenues for producers. This project, in view of its objective to further facilitate and secure the cross border movement of goods, including the reduction of delays at border crossings, will ultimately not only impact most economic sectors in the countries involved but will also increase the purchasing power and well-being of citizens.

Project activities

The activities undertaken in the framework of this project have two major expected results, the increased use of international standards, in particular when it comes to the submission of B2C electronic information, as well as the increased collaboration between Customs of different countries and C2C exchange of relevant electronic information.

  • Activity 1 Delivering a first inter-regional Expert Group Meeting (two days) aimed at the assessment of the legal and technical needs of candidate developing countries and countries with economies in transition to extend the exchange of electronic information with other countries (“gap” analysis). The linkages with major existing national and regional computerized transit systems will also be assessed and explored. On the basis of studies to be prepared by independent consultants, the Expert Group will determine the selection criteria and nominate at least five pilot countries.
  • Activity 2 Development and deployment of a secure C2C versatile electronic exchange platform, taking due account of the specific challenges faced by developing countries and countries with economies in transition.
  • Activity 3 Provision of technical assistance to national experts in at least five pilot countries to link national or regional Customs IT systems (e.g. ASYCUDA) to the C2C exchange platform or to development of an Action Plan setting out the steps needed to introduce a new C2C platform to exchange information and ensure its sustainability over time.
  • Activity 4 Deliverance of five technical workshops (two days) to build capacity of developing countries and countries with economies in transition to maximise the benefits offered by the C2C exchange platform, to increase their electronic exchange of Customs information with neighbouring countries as well as to adopt international standards when it comes to electronic messages (the project will provide funding for twenty participants at each workshop).
  • Activity 5 Delivering a second inter-regional Expert Group Meeting (one day) at the end of the project to present and evaluate the results achieved in the five pilot countries.
  • Activity 6 Delivering a seminar (one day and back to back with the second inter-regional Expert Group Meeting) to promote the electronic exchange of Customs information and the adoption of standard electronic messages, with special focus on the specific requirement of developing countries and countries with economies in transition on the basis of the results achieved in the five pilot countries (the project will provide funding for 45 participants from developing countries and countries with economies in transition, in particular from countries other than the pilot countries).

Second session of the Inter-regional Expert Group (Geneva, 22 June 2016)

Second session of the Inter-regional Expert Group Meeting on the Unite Nations Development Accounts Project 1213AA - Strengthening the capacities of developing countries and countries with economies in transition to facilitate legitimate border crossing, regional cooperation and integration

Palais des Nations, Room XV
Geneva, 22 June 2016

Focal points: 

André Sceia
+41 (0)22 917 1313
etir[at]unece.org

Agenda

Report

Documentation :

   Informal document UNDA1213AA/No. 2 (2016) - Technical assistance report - ECLAC

   Informal document UNDA1213AA/No. 3 (2016) - Technical assistance report - UNECE

   Informal document UNDA1213AA/No. 4 (2016) - Technical assistance report - ESCAP

   Informal document UNDA1213AA/No. 5 (2016) - Technical assistance report - UNECA/ESCWA

Presentations :

Presentations

Title

Speaker 

File

UNDA project 1213AA - Project status

Mr. André Sceia, UNECE

ENG

UN-ECLAC: Overview of the Pilot Project

Mr. Alberto Chehebar, UN-ECLAC

ENG

UNDA project 1213AA - UNECE sub-project

Mr. André Sceia, UNECE

ENG

Customs-to Customs (C2C) Electronic Information Exchange for Transit: Georgia – Turkey. Georgia: Project Status

Ms. Ekaterina Katamadze, GEC

ENG

Implementation of the UNDA project 1213AA in Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan and results achieved

Mr. Fedor Kormilitsyn, ESCAP

ENG

Analyse des Gaps techniques et juridiques relatifs aux échanges électroniques DOUANES / DOUANES (C2C)

Mr. Lotfi Ayadi, UNESCWA

FRA

UNDA project 1213AA - Conclusions and way forward

ENG

UNDA project 1213AA - Project evaluation

ENG

Seminar for the Promotion of Electronic Exchange of Customs Information and the Adoption of Standard Electronic Messages (Geneva, 20-21 June 2016)

Seminar for the Promotion of Electronic Exchange of Customs Information and the Adoption of Standard Electronic Messages

Palais des Nations, Room V
Geneva, 20-21 June 2016

Focal points: 

André Sceia
+41 (0)22 917 1313
etir[at]unece.org

 

Program

Conclusions and recommendations

 

Presentations

Title

Speaker 

File

Session 1: Facilitating transport and transit – the roles of ICT

Facilitation of Transit for Landlocked Developing Countries

Mr. Sandagdorj Erdenebileg, UNOHRLLS

ENG

UN/CEFACT Deliverables

Mr. Lance Thomson, UN/CEFACT

ENG

UNECE practical experience in global customs to customs connectivity for transit

Mr. André Sceia, UNECE

ENG

Session 2: Facilitating trade and transit through the use of international standards

A tool for simplifying cross-border trade

Ms. Maria Ceccarelli, UNECE

ENG

Introduction to the WCO Data Model 

Mrs. Hermie George, WCO

ENG

Session 3: Customs tools and standards for C2C information exchange

IT Tools in TIR / eTIR pilot

Mr. Thierry Kunz, IRU

ENG

UNESCAP - ICT-based Transport Facilitation Tools

Mr. Fedor Kormilitsyn, UNESCAP

ENG

Customs Data Exchange: UNCTAD ASYCUDA Experience

Mr. Dmitry Godunov, UNCTAD

ENG

Session 4: IT supporting the implementation of the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement

Provisions in the WTO TFA which might require ICT support and solutions for their implementation

Mr. Alejandro Gamboa-Alder, WTO

ENG

ICT Supporting WTOTFA Implementation

Ms. Hermie George

ENG

Relation between the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement, the TIR Convention and other Legal Instruments

Mr. Tarcisio Hardman Reis, UNECE

ENG

Session 5: Presentation of the results of the UNDA project

Results of the UNDA project 1213AA - UNECE sub-project

Mr. André Sceia, UNECE

ENG

Customs-to Customs (C2C) Electronic Information Exchange for Transit: Georgia – Turkey. Project Status (Georgia) - Central Exchange Platform (CEP)

Ms. Ekaterina Katamadze, GEC

ENG

Implementation of the UNDA project 1213AA “Strengthening the capacities of developing countries and countries with economies in transition to facilitate legitimate border crossing, regional cooperation and integration” in Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan and results achieved

Mr. Fedor Kormilitsyn, ESCAP 

ENG

Strengthening the Capacities of Developing Countries and Countries with Economies in Transition to Facilitate Legitimate Border Crossing, Regional Cooperation and Integration

Mr. Mamytov Beknazar, AIRTO KR

ENG

UN-ECLAC: Overview of the Pilot Project

Mr. Alberto Chehebar, consultant

ENG

Plateforme des échanges électroniques des données « C2C » pour les pays du Maghreb

Mr. Lotfi Ayadi, UNECA 

FRA

PLATEFORME D’ECHANGE ELECTRONIQUE DES DONNEES C2C

Mr. Mohamed Taieb SAAD, ESCWA 

FRA

Session 6: C2C electronic data exchange: Improving transit systems

Regional platform for land transit in Central America

Mr. Eduardo Espinoza, SIECA

ENG

New Computerised Transit System

Mr. Gyula Meszaros, European Union

ENG

Information Exchange of Customs Records

Ms. Natalia Oquendo, Mercosur

ENG, ESP

The Pacific Alliance

Ms. Barbara Matamala, Pacific Alliance 

ENG

Session 7: Country experiences in C2C electronic data exchange

Turkish Experience and Projection in Use for the Transit Systems

Mrs. Didem Dirlik, Turkey

ENG

Customs Transit: Practice and Perspectives

Mr. Baktybek Baiserkeev, Kyrgyz Republic

RUS

 

 

National Technical Workshop on Electronic Exchange of Data on International Transport between Customs Authorities (Dushanbe, 24 May 2016)

National Technical Workshop on Electronic Exchange of Data on International Transport between Customs Authorities

Dushanbe · Tajikistan · 24 May 2016

Focal points: Fedor Kormilitsyn

Phone: +66 2 288 2496
Fax: +66 2 288 1020
Email: kormilitsyn[at]un.org

Documentation : Analysis of Conditions and Proposed Roadmap for Electronic Data Exchange between the Customs Authorities of Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan

Conclusions and recommendations: (English, Russian)

Workshop on Customs-to-Customs in the Arab Region (Casablanca, Morocco, 2-4 December 2015)

Workshop on Customs-to-Customs Electronic Data Exchange

Casablanca - Morocco · 2-4 December  2015

Aide-memoire (Arabic, English, French)

Program (ArabicEnglish, French)

Recommendations (English)

Report (English, French)

 

Presentations

Title

Speaker 

File

Wednesday, 2 December 2015

Session 1. Assessing Arab Economic Integration Report: Main Results + The Maghreb’s Free Trade Zone

Assessing Arab Economic Integration: Towards the Arab Customs Union

Mr. Mehmet Eris, ESCWA

ENG

Session 2. Computerization of custom procedures and TIR

The UNDA project, the TIR Convention and the eTIR project

Mr. Andre Sceia, ECE

ENG

The TIR System Current Status of Computerization

Mr. Habib Turki, IRU

ENG

WCO, Globally Network Customs, Interoperability between Customs Administrations

Mr. Armen Manukyan, WCO

ENG

Session 3. WCM Data Models : Customs Procedures Dematerialization and Foreign Exchanges: Example from Senegal and Tunisia

Customs procedures Dematerialization and external trade: the case of Senegal

Mr. Abdoulay Basse, Senegal Customs

FRE

The TradeNet Single Window: a Major Step Towards C2C

Mr. Mustapha Mezghani, CEO of Tunisia Trade Net

FRE

Thursday, 3 December 2015

Session 4. Initiatives in the Arab region in the context of its regional integration schemes

Data exchange between Agadir Initiative Countries in Framework of ATU action plan

Mr. Mohamed Tolba, Agadir Technical Unit

ENG

LAS: The Arab Unified Customs law and the need for data exchange among LAS members

Mr. Sameh Abd El-karim, LAS

ARB

Session 5. Exchange of Good Practices in Customs Procedure Harmonization

Experience from ASEAN

Mr. Quang Le, UNDP aid for trade

ENG

Experience from C2C in the EU: lessons for the Euro-Med partnership

Mr. Zahouani Saadaoui, European Commission

ENG

Session 6. TIC for Regional Integration and Trade Facilitation in North Africa

The Role of Harmonized Customs Procedures in Trade Facilitation and Regional Integration

Mr. Habib Turki, IRU

ENG

Options for Harmonizing Customs Procedures and Accelerating C2C Exchange of Electronic Documents

Mr. Lotfi Ayadi, International Consultant

FRE

Session 7. C2C: application to Tunisia

UNDA project in Tunisia

Mr. Lotfi Ayadi, International Consultant

FRE

Presentation by Tunisian customs authority of the system of exchange of data

Representative of the Tunisian Customs

FRE

Friday, 4 December 2015

Session 8. Custom Procedures in Arab Countries: How They Performed in the Last Decade

Trade Facilitation in Arab region

Mr. Adel Al-Ghaberi, ESCWA

ENG

Session 9. Gap analysis in the ECA-ESCWA region: Agadir and UMA

Gap analysis in the ECA-ESCWA region: Agadir and UMA

Moroccan Customs

FRE

Jordanian Customs

ARB

Workshop on Customs-to-Customs Electronic Data Exchange (Issyk-Kul, Kyrgyzstan, 7-8 September 2015)

Workshop on Customs-to-Customs Electronic Data Exchange

Issyk-Kul · Kyrgyzstan · 7-8 September 2015

 

Focal point: Fedor Kormilitsyn
Phone: +66 2 288 2496
Fax: +66 2 288 1020
Email: kormilitsyn[at]un.org

Program (English, Russian)

Conclusions and recommendations (EnglishRussian)

 

Presentations

Title

Speaker 

File

TIR and eTIR

Mr. André Sceia, UNECE

ENG

Current status of computerization of TIR and joint UNECE-IRU eTIR pilot project

Mr. Vakhtang Zarandia, IRU

RUS

ICT-based technological solutions for facilitation of operation of international road transport

ESCAP Model on Integrated Controls at Border Crossings and Secure Cross-border Transport Model

Mr. Fedor Kormilitsyn, UNESCAP

ENG

Vehicle tracking system in Kyrgyzstan

Mr. Bakyt Umarov, AIRTO-KR

RUS

Overview of legal and technical conditions for electronic exchange of transit information between Customs authorities in Central Asia

Delegation of Kazakhstan

RUS

Delegation of Kyrgyzstan

RUS

Delegation of Tajikistan

RUS

Delegation of Uzbekistan

RUS

Customs-to-Customs data exchange Workshop (Tbilisi, 22-23 June 2015)

Customs-to-Customs data exchange Workshop

Hotel Costé, Kostava Street 45A
Tbilisi · Georgia ·22-23 June 2015

Focal points: 

André Sceia
+41 (0)22 917 1313
etir[at]unece.org

Tinatin Tsanava
+995 (32) 226 29 03 / +995 (599) 914166
t.tsanava[at]rs.ge

Program

Conclusions and recommendations

 

Presentations

Title

Speaker 

File

Keynote

Regional Perspective of the connectivity of Customs in the South Caucasus

Ms. Tinatin Tsanava, Georgia

ENG

Session 1. COMPUTERIZATION OF THE TIR PROCEDURE

TIR and the eTIR project

Mr. André Sceia, UNECE

ENG

TIRExB’s C2C data exchange services and tools 

Mr. Joan Padreny, UNECE

ENG

The exchange platform 

Ms. Eka Katamadze, GEC Corp.

ENG

UNECE-IRU e-TIR pilot project between Turkey and Iran

Mr. Philippe Grosjean, IRU

ENGENG

Session 2. THE WCO DATA MODEL

The WCO Data Model v.3.5 

Mr. Tigran Tigranyan, Armenia

RUS

WCO Safe and GNC

Mr. Tigran Tigranyan, Armenia

RUS

Session 3. ASYCUDA

Data exchange with ASYCUDA (C2C, B2C and related web services) / TIR operation management in ASYCUDA / Connectivity of the NCTS system with ASYCUDA

Mr. Dmitry Godunov, UNCTAD

ENG

Session 4. EXCHANGE OF BEST PRACTICES

Current experience in electronic data exchange in Georgia

Ms. Tamar TSIKLAURI, Georgia

ENG

Customs-to-Customs Exchange: the Uzbekistan Customs’ Activities

Mr. Abdusobirjon Saidov, Uzbekistan

RUS

TIR System in Turkey: Implementations and Projects

Ms. Ruken Mermer, Turkey

ENG

The Common Transit Convention and its use of NCTS

Mr. Michael Rathje, European Commission

ENG

Current experience in electronic data exchange in Azerbaijan

Mr. Igbal Babayev, Azerbaijan

ENG

Exchange of information on goods which are objects of foreign activity

Mrs. Tetiana Kiriazieva, Ukraine

RUS

Common Transit Convention and NCTS implementation in Turkey

Mr.Onur Çokol, Turkey

ENG

Interrelation of the NCTS applications with the TIR messages

Ms. Anna Dubielak, European Commission

ENG

Business Intelligence applied to customs’ risks and valuation and the WCO Data Model (San José, Costa Rica, 16-17 June 2015)

Business Intelligence applied to customs’ risks and valuation and the WCO Data Model

Hotel Radisson  

San Jose, Costa Rica, June 16-17, 2015

Program

Report

 

Presentations

Title

Speaker

File

Sesión I: Inteligencia de Negocios (BI) y Data Mining 

Conceptos básicos sobre inteligencia de negocios

Alberto Chehebar 

ES

Introducción a Tablero de Control

Cecilia Ruz 

Herramientas de Data Mining

Cecilia Ruz,Luis Azaña Bocanegra

ES

Aplicación de Herramientas de Data Mining

Cecilia Ruz, Luis Azaña Bocanegra

ES

Facilitación del Comercio: Modernización de los Pasos de Frontera en Centroamérica

Pablo Illarietti 

ES

Sesión II: El Modelo de Datos de la Organización Mundial de Aduanas (OMA) 

Introducción al Modelo de Datos de la OMA

Cecilia Ruz

Implementación de Modelo de Datos de la OMA

Cecilia Ruz 

Factura Electrónica

Cecilia Ruz 

ES

Mejores práctica del intercambio de la información. Norma TIR

Martin Rojas 

ES

Apoyo de la SIECA a la facilitación del comercio y su relación con el modelo de datos de la OMA y Proyecto Regional de Apoyo a la Integración Económica Centroamericana y a la Implementación del acuerdo de Asociación (PRAIIA) 

Luis Sánchez,

 Esbin Mérida 

ES,

ES

First session of the Inter-regional Expert Group (Geneva, 8 December 2014)

First session of the Inter-regional Expert Group Meeting on the Unite Nations Development Accounts Project 1213AA - Strengthening the capacities of developing countries and countries with economies in transition to facilitate legitimate border crossing, regional cooperation and integration

Geneva, 8 December 2014 - salle VIII, Palais de Nations, Geneva

Focal point: André Sceia
Phone: +41 (0)22 917 1313
E-mail: etir[at]unece.org

Agenda :

   Informal document UNDA1213AA/No. 1 (2014)

Report :

   Informal document UNDA1213AA/No. 8 (2014)

Documentation :

   Informal document UNDA1213AA/No. 2 (2014) - Gap Analysis - UNECE

   Informal document UNDA1213AA/No. 3 (2014) - Gap Analysis - ESCWA

   Informal document UNDA1213AA/No. 4 (2014) - Gap Analysis - UNECA

   Informal document UNDA1213AA/No. 5 (2014) - Gap Analysis - ESCAP

   Informal document UNDA1213AA/No. 6 (2014) - Gap Analysis - ECLAC

   Informal document UNDA1213AA/No. 7 (2014) - Next steps

Presentations :

Objectives and status
A. Sceia

PDF

The TIR Convention, the eTIR Project and the UNECE-IRU eTIR pilot project
A. Sceia

PDF

Joint use of border crossing points between Turkey and Georgia
A. Yazici

PDF

Gap Analysis of Current Legal and Technical Framework for Electronic C2C Exchange of Transit Information between Georgia and Neighboring Countries - UNECE
E. Katamadze

PDF

Analyse des Gaps techniques et juridiques relatifs aux échanges électroniques entre les douanes de deux pays (C2C Transit) - UNESCWA
N. Sellami

PDF

Analyse des Gaps techniques et juridiques relatifs aux échanges électroniques entre les douanes de deux pays (C2C Transit) - UNECA
L. Ayadi

PDF

A gap analysis for customs to customs data exchange in Costa Rica - UNECLAC
A. Chehebar

PDF

Next Steps
A. Sceia

PDF

 

Executing Entity:

UNECE Transport Division
Palais des Nations - CH-1211 Geneva 10
Tel: +41 (0) 22 917 2401 - Fax: +41 (0) 22 917 0039
Web: www.unece.org/trans

Project manager:
Mr. André Sceia
E-mail: andre.sceia(at)unece.org

Co-operating Agencies:

ECA - United Nations Economic Commission for Africa
Mr. Ochozias  A GBAGUIDI
E-mail: gochozias(at)uneca.org
Mrs. Karima Bounemra BEN SOULTANE
E-mail: kbounemra(at)uneca.org
Mr. Abdoul Kane 
E-mail: akane(at)uneca.org

ECLAC - United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America
Mr. Nanno MULDER
E-mail: nanno.mulder(at)cepal.org

ESCAP - United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific
Mr. Fedor KORMILITSYN
E-mail: kormilitsyn(at)un.org

ESCWA - United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia
Mr. Mohamed Chemingui
E-mail: mohamed.chemingui(at)escwa.org
Mr. Adel Al-Ghaberi
E-mail: Al-Ghaberi(at)escwa.org