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Taking ambitious climate action – Moving towards decarbonised inland transport by 2050

The 86th ITC session, from 20 to 23 February 2024, took place in Geneva (Palais des Nations, room XIX).

Programme | Regular session meeting documents



LearnITC: the Inland Transport and Trade Connectivity elearning Platform that promotes sustainable transport and trade connectivity policies by increasing the capacity, knowledge base and skills of institutional and sectoral stakeholders. It provides various training materials and online courses on the UN inland transport and trade facilitation legal instruments, policy recommendations, standards and other tools to support stakeholders striving towards sustainable transport and better trade connectivity. The LearnITC Platform is available here.

Italy acceded to the Additional Protocol to the CMR concerning the electronic consignment note (e-CMR), 2008

Slovakia approved the Protocol on Combined Transport on Inland Waterways to AGTC, 1997.

Egypt acceded to the Convention on Road Traffic, 1968 and to the Convention on Road Signs and Signals, 1968.

Greece acceded to the Additional Protocol to the CMR concerning the electronic consignment note (e-CMR), 2008.

Belarus ratified the Convention on the Facilitation of Border Crossing Procedures for Passengers, Luggage and Load-luggage Carried in International Traffic by Rail
Geneva, 2019

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