Serbia and Moldova have signed an important bilateral agreement on international road transport which regulates transport between the two countries in accordance with EU Aquis and regulations in force. The agreement will help transport between the two countries which stand on both sides of the Romanian border, an already EU member state.
Infrastructure development and reducing barriers to transport of goods are common goals of the Black Sea area countries, said a ministerial meeting of the Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation Tuesday, after which Serbia and Moldova signed an agreement on international road transport.
The meeting of representatives of ministries of transport was held in the Palace of Serbia in Belgrade as part of Serbia’s six-month presidency, which will last until December 31.
During the summit, Serbia and Moldova signed an agreement on international road transport.
In a modern way, the agreement regulates an adequate form of international transport by implementing solutions harmonized with EU and International Transport Forum regulations on road transport.