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The Resolution of the Conference “Practice of Maritime Business: Sharing Experience. Bill of Lading in Progress”

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The Fifth Annual International Conference “Practice of Maritime Business: Sharing Experience.

 

Bill of Lading in Progress” that was held on 28 and 29 of May in Odessa resulted in the Resolution being drawn up and signed by the representatives of maritime business of Ukraine, maritime community and maritime lawyers, namely, the participants of the Conference.

 

The Resolution is aimed to draw attention of the Ministry of Transport and Communications of Ukraine to the Procedure of customs control over water vehicles of the carriers and cargoes being transported. It was resolved to apply to the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine with request to change the abovementioned Procedure in a way not interfering with development of innovation process and progressive electronic document management in sea ports and customs authorities of Ukraine.

 

It was also decided to recommend sea ports and other enterprises in maritime sector, governmental and non-governmental (public) organizations to support that Resolution. The members of the Conference presidium were: Arthur Nitsevych Mykola Melnykov Andrey Suprunenko

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