The 2020 IMO campaign encourages everyone to treat seafarers with the respect and dignity they deserve so that they can continue to provide their vital services to keep world trade moving.
Day of the Seafarer!
Appreciating their heroic work during pandemic time together with Polish Goodwill Maritime Ambassador of IMO HQ Capt. Ireneusz Lewandowski we give our best wishes and words of support.
On-site loading and unloading operations in China ports without disruption
A few days ago, in the Chuanshan port area of Zhoushan Port in Ningbo, there were 5 20,000 TEU- class containers of “Mein Maersk”, “Mediterranean Diana”, “Changzheng”, “Meiteng Maersk” and “East Germany”. Ships are lined up, and on-site loading and unloading operations are in order.
EU-China summit via video conference, 22 June 2020
The coronavirus pandemic and a number of major bilateral and multilateral challenges show clearly the #EUChina partnership is crucial, be it in terms of trade, climate, technology, and the defence of multilateralism.
Durres port activity and cargo ship handling continues uninterrupted
The Minister of Infrastructure and Energy Belinda Balluku visited the port of Durres, Albania’s largest seaport, where work continues largely uninterrupted to handle the incoming cargo ships, as well as the freight carriers shipping export goods and equipment.
Croatian Minister says major infrastructure projects active despite epidemic
Big infrastructure projects in Croatia are continuing despite the COVID-19 epidemic.” – said the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure Minister, Oleg Butkovic on Friday, while touring a section of the Istrian Y motorway between Pazin and Cerovlje, which is under construction.
Construction of A5 motorway within European Corridor Vc continues
A HRK 443 million agreement for the construction of the A5 motorway subsection “Beli Manastir – Halasica Bridge” within the pan-European Vc transport corridor was signed on Tuesday in east Croatia.
PM Plenkovic: Peljesac Bridge will ensure Croatia’s territorial connectivity forever
Prime Minister, Andrej Plenković said that the Peljesac Bridge, a strategically important investment of his government, is taking shape and will once and for all resolve the question of Croatia’s territorial connectivity, while work on it may take a couple of months more than planned due to the coronavirus crisis.
Digitization and sustainability – imperatives for the future development of the transport sector
At their third informal video conference, EU transport ministers discussed sustainable and digital recovery of the transport sector, after the COVID-19 outbreak.