After being invited by the Ministry of Transport and Communications, the ministers of transport of Armenia, Latvia and Poland, as well as a representative of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) are coming to Lithuania this Wednesday. The guests will meet Minister of Transport and Communications of Lithuania Marius Skuodis and participate in the International Transport and Innovation Forum.
Minister of Territorial Administration and Infrastructures of the Republic of Armenia Gnel Sanosyan, Minister of Transport of the Republic of Latvia Tālis Linkaits, Minister of Infrastructure of the Republic of Poland Andrzej Adamczyk and Secretary-General of the International Transport Forum at the OECD Young Tae Kim will be visiting Vilnius.
In bilateral meetings with the guests, Minister Skuodis plans to discuss the most relevant political and economic issues and strategic infrastructure plans related to the areas of transport innovations and digitisation. Attention will also be paid to the green transformation of transport.
“We are actively communicating and working with the region’s ministers of transport on a wide range of issues. During live meetings in Vilnius, we are planning to discuss the perspectives of implementing joint projects of transport infrastructure, developing innovations, cooperating in initiatives of transport greening and digitisation. The guest ministers will also participate in the annual Transport and Innovation Forum, where I will invite everyone to a discussion with ministers,” says Skuodis.
On 21–22 October, the ministers visiting Lithuania will participate in the third International Transport and Innovation Forum in Vilnius “Transport and Logistics 2050”.
Together with the ministers and deputy ministers of transport of Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine, who will join the forum via Internet, they will participate in the Session of the Ministers – a discussion moderated by Minister of Transport and Communications Marius Skuodis – “Green, digital and competitive transport and logistics: how ambitious we should be in emerging areas of regulation”.
The Transport and Innovation Forum, which the Ministry of Transport and Communications is organising with the Association of Transport Innovations, will take place on 21–22 October at VILNIUS TECH in Vilnius and via Internet.
Pranešimą paskelbė: Agnė Augustinaitė, LR Susisiekimo ministerija