Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine Vladislav Krykliy met with Minister of Maritime Economy and Inland Navigation of the Republic of Poland Marek Gróbarczyk as a part of the working visit.
Vladyslav Kryklii: River transportation volume should be trippled
The implementation of the reform in the field of water transport will become a great impetus for expanding the capabilities of Ukraine’s transport infrastructure. „Development of river transportations will allow for reducing traffic congestion and protecting roads from destruction, and will also help to create new jobs by increasing orders for Ukrainian shipbuilding companies”, Vladyslav Kryklii emphasized.
Xi Jinping meets with Serbian PM Ana Brnabic
Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said, the friendship between Serbia and China is as solid as steel and iron, and bilateral relations are at their historical best. Major projects including the Smederevo steel plant have greatly promoted the economic development of Serbia, and the people of Serbia have become more and more deeply aware of the benefits of Serbia-China cooperation.
Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis visits COSCO headquarters in Shanghai
COSCO President Xu Lirong thanked the Greek Prime Minister for swiftly approving the new investment plan, and the two men agreed that the two sides’ common goal is to make Piraeus the first port in Europe.
Gender equality in shipping and maritime law – Croatian correction of course ahead
Croatia has a very strong tradition both in shipping, as well as in maritime law education, where this highly specialized field of law is taught as a separate subject on all four legal faculties in the country.
Deputy Minister F.A. Maciej Lang attends a meeting of National Coordinators of 17+1 Format held in Beijing
The participants agreed to have the 17+1 Midterm Cooperation Agenda for 2020-2025 adopted during the meeting of 17+1 leaders in 2020.
Serbia attaches great importance to relations with China
The Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia, Ana Brnabic stated that Serbia will continue to support China bilaterally and multilaterally, as well as through the “17 + 1” cooperation mechanism, to which our country attaches particular importance. Barnabic said that Serbia highly appreciates China’s role in respecting and defending international law.
Polish – Romanian intergovernmental consultations in Bucharest
The intergovermental consultations in Bucharest highlighted the activity at the regional cooperation formats, including the Three Seas Initiative, of which both countries are members and where they pursue their common strategic goals.
Billions of Euros for infrastructure in the Three Seas countries
The Three Seas Fund will be one of the main pillars for financing key infrastructure projects in the region, from the Baltic to the Black Sea and the Adriatic.