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The 11THASEAN TRANSIT TRANSPORT COORDINATING BOARD (TTCB) MEETING

17th October 2019, Bandar Seri Begawan –The 11th ASEAN Transit Transport Coordinating Board (TTCB) meeting has commenced this afternoon at the Centrepoint Hotel, Gadong.  The meeting is attended by delegates from ASEAN member states, ASEAN Secretariat, ASEAN Dialogue Partners and ASEAN Transport Associations.

 The one-day meeting is chaired by Yang Mulia Awang Haji Hairul Mohd Daud bin Haji Abdul Karim,Deputy Permanent Secretary(Infocommunications, Cybersecurity, Strategy and Corporate) of the Ministry of Transport and Infocommunications,in his capacity as Chairman of the 11th ASEAN Transit Transport Coordinating Board (TTCB) Meeting.

The main agenda of the 11th TTCB Meeting include:

  • To deliberate on the final draft of the Implementation Framework of the ASEAN Framework Agreement on Multimodal Transport(AFAMT) and the draft Declaration on the Adoption of the Implementation Framework of AFAMT.
  • To consider on the implementation status of Transit Transport Coordinating Board (TTCB) Overall Work Plan.
  • To address the challenges in the implementation of the ASEAN Framework Agreement on Facilitation of Goods in Transit(AFAFGIT) Protocol 5.
  • To discuss the development of the implementation of the Memorandum of Understandings between BIMP-EAGA on (i) Cross Border Movement of Commercial Buses and Coaches and (ii) Transit and Inter-State Transport of Goods.

Brunei Darussalam's delegation includes Senior Official from the Land Transport Department, the Ministry of Transport and Infocommunications, other relevant Government agencies as well as local private sectors' representative.

The 11th ASEAN Transit Transport Coordinating Board (TTCB) Meeting was preceded by the 38thASEAN Transport Facilitation Working Group (TFWG) Meeting which was held on Tuesday, 15th October until 17th October 2019 at the same venue.

Issued by:

Land Transport Department

Ministry of Transport and Infocommunications

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