The experts elaborated on their international experience in the effective use of a single window mechanism as a tool for more efficient transport and logistics operations.
Turkmen government representatives participated in an OSCE-organized online seminar discussing best practices on modernization of customs and transport procedures as a tool to improve transport management and transport security, especially during emergency situations, OSCE Centre in Ashgabat said in its Thursday press release.
The seminar held on September 7-8 gathered representatives of the Ministry of Trade and Foreign Economic Affairs, State Customs Service, State transport agencies and other key ministries and government bodies.
The event was organized by the OSCE Centre in Ashgabat and facilitated by two international experts from Georgia and Russia.
The experts presented best practices in the application of digital technologies and intelligent transport systems, harmonization of transport and transit procedures and ensuring sustainable and secure operation of logistic chains during the pandemic period. They elaborated on their international experience in the effective use of a single window mechanism as a tool for more efficient transport and logistics operations, according to the statement.
The OSCE Centre in Ashgabat has been co-operating with the Government of Turkmenistan in transport, trade and other related sectors since 2008 through a number of training events.